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Full text of "Charity Hospital Report 1933"

Marble Tablet* In Main Hall of Hospital 



THE 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 

OF LOUISIANA 

WAS FOUNDED IN THE YEAR 1788 

BY 

DON ANDRES ALMONASTER Y ROJAS, 

To whose generous endowment, the munificence of tbe 

LEGISLATURE OF THIS STATE 

ind the liberality of the State of Pennsylvania, tbe community is Indebted 

for tbe means of erecting tbls edifice, built in the year 

1832 



His Excellency A. B, Roman being Governor and Ex-Officio 
President of the Institution. 



To record which and Inscribe hereon the names and contributions of its 
distinguished benefactors 

THIS TABLET HAS BEEN EKECTED 



Etlenne Bore * LOOO.OO 

Robert Cune 1,000.00 

ii Poydfas, ■■ 38,000.00 

Nancy Davenport 500.00 

Eugene McCarthy 000.00 

R. G. Taylor 523.00 

Charles Schmidt 500.00 

John Burnside 10,000.00 

Charles Macready 1.E00.00 

Km ma Ingram, Keal Est me 4,000.00 
Stephen Henderson, Cot- 

ton Press Property..,. 45,000,00 

R. Y. Cbarmbury 1.000.00 

Jules Caasard •■■• 3,000,00 

Caroline E. Slroms 500.00 

P. B. O'Brien 2,000.00 

Charlotte Pilfet 1,800.00 

Jean Ferrnn 3,000.00 

I'h'rre Claude Samory.... 1,500.00 

V. J. Wood &00 - TO 

Win. H. Letchford 1,000.00 

Thomas Smith 2,500.00 

Jean F, Scbweiuer 20,000.00 

Robert Moore 5.000.00 

Thorny Liifon 23,000.00 

A. B. Wile., M.D 10.000.00 

N. O. Polyclinic 1,000.00 

Med. Faculty Tulane Unl'iy 3.000.00 

Robert Jackson 1,000.00 

W, T. Richards 72,300,00 

Mrs. H. B. RSngrose .... 6,000.00 

Mrs. Julia Breen 3,000.00 

C. T. Howard 1,000.00 



Mrs. D. A. Mllllken. $200,000.00 

Mrs. Julie Zlegler 1,000.00 

Louise Curta 1,000.00 

Angele Langles lfiOOM 

Arthur Isnard 500.00 

Italian Colony and Duke 

D'Abruzzl 1.000.00 

.UIhti Ii.Tfguy 2.SO0M 

A. C. Hutchinson 60,000.00 

William Smith 875.00 

J. A. ViKnaud B0O.00 

Sarah J. Young 1,710.00 

Manuel Almscal ., 1,000.00 

Isaac Dclgado 180,000.00 

Mrs. Samuel Delgado 20,000.00 

Mrs. Caroline S. Tilton.. 49,273.21 

Graduate Nurses, Class 1010 500.00 

F. T. Howard lO.OOJ.OO 

Dr. L. J. Sexton SOu'.OO 

Widow J Hy. Bolman... 1,000.00 

Neom! Vkcolre Brugier. . 600.00 

HJppolyte Oarrot 500.00 

Ed. Rosenberg 2,000.00 

John Rawlins Smith 500.00 

Mrs. Limlsi' Sell wit rz 27,28142 

Sidney O. Wuathoff 1,000.00 

I'm nk B. Williams 25,500.00 

Mrs. Sophie Gumbel 500-00 

H. Aaron 3,100.00 

\v. R, in,., 25,000.00 

Judge To*. A. Breanx 20.800.00 

Senator C. C. CordM.... 10,000.00 

Mrs. Marie Borne 3,322.61 

Eugene LaeoBst 60,184.39 



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TABLET No, 2 



Joseph Leimps ..? 500.00 

Joseph Terras 450.00 

J. C. Abrnms : 5,000.00 

Mrs. Llvla Hatch Bryant. 5,000.00 

George Williams 1,000.00 

Dr. a William Groetscb.. 1,000.00 

B, Rosenberg 500.00 

Miss Mary Welst 659.11 

Mrs. Theoline Qaayle.... 10,188.80 

E. J. Bobet 8,000.00 

Mrs. Catherine Voss -H.518.S0 

Mrs. Alice H. Mumford.. 1,500.00 

Mrs. India Brown 2,977.31 

Luther W. Templeinan 600.00 

Ht'iirj- Gerken 500.00 

.Mrs. Anna E. Worman 2,600.15 

Edw. A. Larose 6.000.00 

Mrs. Andrew J. Beld 500.00 

Martin Belirinnn BO0.00 

John Wust 792.08 

Perslfor S. Campbell 

Dr. Mas Kahn 500.00 

Henry Weil 680.0* 

Mrs. Alice G. Malmqulst. . 1,000.00 

Draustn Ferret.. 1,000.00 

Mrs. Corinne Lapeyre Mil- 

tenberger 5.C.230.9T 

Win. E. Stauffer 500.00 

Mrs, John DIbert 

Frank J.. Clarlc 

Mrs. Marie Loubnt Williams 5,000.00 



Dr. Win. Martin $ 

J. C. Geistllcb 

Hurry T. Howard 

Mrs. Henry Well 

Samuel Lyons 

Mrs. Ida A. Rlchnr.l 
Mrs, Barbara Utlmeyer... 

Mrs. ,i..hi, Munch 

Ausustin J. Caaaard 

Col. Wm, G, Vincent 

Joseph Rathborn. 

Samuel George Krceger. .. 

M. J. Mulverblll 

Adole Emily Roeasle 

Chna, Benson 

Mrs. Rose E. Knapp 

Mrs. Benjamin Saxon Story 

Mr.. Eugene May 

Lions Club, New Orleans 

Peter P. Rowan 

Morris Adelberg. 

P. A. nail Addle Capdau.. 

Joe Donaboe , 

Emille de Jaham " 

Mnr.v Jane fl'Netl 

Mr. & Mrs. Leopold Well 1 
Jacob Leopold Weil J 

John B. Ijevert , 

Mrs. Annie Ilanyur DnvleUh 

Mary W. Kohl 

Marie HortenRo Lleux 

T. H. McCarthy 



2,000 00 

500.00 

2,000.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 

u.OOO.OO 

578.30 

22,500.51 

30.000.00 

10,718.20 

500.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

1.500.00 

5,000.00 



500.00 

1,000.00 

i,om.oo 

1,274.08 
,"500.00 

I 000,00 

3,000.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

1,515.81 

20,744.73 



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BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 



His Excellency Governor Oscar K. Allen, Ex-Ofttcio President 
Geo. S. Bel, M. D„ Vice-President 

J, M. BATCHELOB, M. D. TERRENCE J. DaKCY 

C. Grenes Cole, M, D. Juxes A. Dumaihe 

A, D. Danzmer E. F. Salerno, M. D. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Jules A. Dumaine, Chairman 
J. M. Batchelob, M. D. A. D« Danzigek 



HOUSE COMMITTEE 

C. Gre.ves Cole, M. D„ Chairman 
Terrence J. Dabcy Jules A. Ddmaine 



MEDICAL COMMITTEE 
Geo. S. Bel, M. D., Chairman E, F. Salerno, M. D. 



S e cretafy-Treaturer 
Fred. W. Matthews 

(III) 



1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF 



Superintendent 

Arthur Vhjbini;, M. D. 

Assistant Superintendent 

Roy W, Wright. M. 1). 



House Surgeons 

•Walter 0. Moss, M. D„ Senior P. Cbeightos Shute, M. D., Junior 

\V. A. EnhM'ii: M. D., Senior Felix A. Flanche. M. D., Junior 



House Physicians 
J. A. Bradley, M. D., Senior J. H. Thebiot, Jr., M. D.. 

Edgar Hcxl. M. IX, Senior Assistant Medical House Officer 

Carlo J. Tripoli, M. D., Senior L. H. Charbonxet, Jr., M. D., 

Assistant Medical House Offii 
J. O. Wkii.uaki niji. M, D., 
Assistant Medical House Officer 



Resident Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeons 

*H. A. Thomas, M. I>., Senior C. C. Piepergerbeb, M. D„ .Junior 
0. T. Johwbon, M. D., Senior J. C. Roelixo, M. D„ Junior 



Fellowship Orthopedics 
Akbbos Scott Hamilton, M. D. 



Fellowship Urology 
•F. T. Boudrkau , M. D,, Seflior C. 0. Frederick, M. D., Junior 



Fellowship Obstetrics and Gynecology 
C R. Mays, M. D., Senior A. C. Hoefpauir, M. D„ Junior 



Fellowship Pediatrics 
*J. T. Shkppard, M. D„ Senior S. Phillips, M, L)., Senior 



Admitting Physicians 
W. D. Xiiiim.w. M. D. *J. R. Thebiot, Jr.. M. D. 

W", J. N'elhos, Jr., M. D, 

Resident Dentists 
*R. P.-Grkii.nklatt. D, D. S, R. F, Smith. D. D. S. 

•Term expired July 1, i»33. 

(Iv) 



1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



Pathological Department 

RfOiTKT D'Aunoy, M. D„ Director and Pathologist 

Joan- H, Connell, M. D., Senior Resident Pathologist 

Hans Emmerich Von Haam, M. D., Senior Resident Pathologist 

Qsoboe P. Fasting,. M. D., Senior Resident Pathologist 

A. L. Cdukppeb, M. D., Junior Resident Pathologist 

Florence Evans, ph. D., Scientific Assistant 

Esthek McElwee, A. B., Scientific Assistant 

Hibiau Young, Srientific Assistant 

Dorothy Covington Banister, A. B., Secretary to t Ii«_- Director 



Mavis Barnes, Department Secretary 
Sylvia Cabtain*;. Department Clerk 
Georgia Gonsovlin, Stenographer 



Mildred Dunn. A. B„ Senior Technician 
Reoina Noel. Senior Technician 
Gladys Fmjan Soherer, Senior Technician 
Joyce Washburn, A. B., Senior Technician 
Mildred Bailey. Junior Technician 
Dolores o'Tooi.e. Junior Technician 
Helen McLean, A. B., Junior Technician 



Oi.ca Blanke, Curator of Medical Museum 



DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY 
Dm. Amkiikl Granges, Director 
Dn. Edna Whitoomb Brown. Dn. John Matthew Ml 

Radiologist Feiiow 

Dr, William Jehemiah Di.vi,iar, Misn Hazel Gatjdet, 
Radiotherapeutlst Secretary 



DIVISION OF DIAGNOSIS 

Dr. Edna Whitcoiih B» Mr. Charles Ramelli, 

Radiologist Technician 

Die. .T"j|\ JIittiiniv Mii.es, Mr, Moore SaTJOIEB, 

Fellow Technician 

Miss Eunice Gaudet, Mb. Albert Des hotel. 

Stenographer Technician 

Miss Iris Ringbom, Miss Celia Champagne, 

File Clerk Technician 
Miss Aiuji: Liftman*. File Clerk 



1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



DIVISION OF THERAPY 



Dr. William Jeremiah Devlin, 

Raciiotherapeutist 
Da, John Matthew Miles, 

Resident Radiologist 



MltK. Octavia li 

Technician 
Ma. V almont Veh 

Technician 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 



Bister Ji - lia, R. N„ Director 
Mildred Carste.ns, R. X., 

Supervisor, Student Nurses 
Nettie Lamkkrt. R. N., 

White Follow-Up Work 
Mrs. M. Woolfebo, 

Supervisor. White Clinics 
FLORET i \ Tiu.wi j,n. 

Office Supervisor, 
Colored Clinics 



Madge BouwiKAtix, Secretary 
k Graeto?.-, R. N,, 

Supervisor, Colored Clinics 
Bei i.ui Babiw, R. N„ 

Colored Pol low-Up Work 
Mrs. A. Mobeman, 

Information Clerk 
Tiux.ma Rdviiki.i.. 

Office Supervisor, 
White Clinics 



Evelys Segcba, Admitting Clerk 



CLERK'S OFFICE 

Mrs. K. Hooley, Clerk 

Miss Hetty Black, Assistant 



HEART STATION— ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC LABORATORY 

Director 
Richard Abu man, Ph. D, 

Assistants 

Edgar Hull, M. D. James Qotjatjx, M. D. 

Technical Assistant Research Assistant 

Miss Eleanor Hafkesbhitjg Miss Catherine Dhawe 



Laboratory Technician 
Joseph Bueche 

Cvi) 



1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 



Beatrice Hodge, 

Director 
Lydia Finley, 

Assistant Director 

Mathii.de M. Mathbbew, 
Case Supervisor 



Catherine Pdrceia, 

Vhiet Clinic Worker 

LtTTENJA PoiiTEH. 

Eye Clinic 
Helen; Eaves 
Luetic Clinic 



Social Workers 



Louise Meyer 
Sister Mathilde 
Leola Backer Dragon 
My ha Long 

Ell'I.YN COCHBAN 



l/insl- GoETTER 

cobixxe cartes 
Anna Harribon 
Jane Fharb 
Mabgaret Rose 



Secretaries 



^catherine chambers 
Isabel Ewino 



Violet Murray 

MARGtTKEITE BotfDttEAtJX 



Camii.i.e Lam'IUKI; 

Volunteer 
Marigaylh Hopkins 

Clerk 
Louis Morel 



RECORD ROOM 

Registrar 

G. Fakhab Patton-, M.D, 

Deputy Registrar 
Ruth L. Patton 



Nettie LaBauve 
Helena McFetridge 
Lubline Capbern 
Madge Wilkins 



Clerks 



Holfeld 
ELECTA Leholne 
Mi:nnic Blanchabd 
Rose MARY McQrNTY 



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1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



PHARMACISTS 
Albert P, Lai Rogkr A, Blanchahd 

David Bihjeihc 



LICENSE INSPECTOR 
Fersand Foret 



STEWARD'S DEPARTMENT 

Hlniiy Weiiiman.v Euoeke Cazenavb 

Purchasing A Chef 



ENGINEERS' DEPARTMENT 

Chief Engineer 
J, V. Ponder 

Assistant Engineers 

L. L. Foret » W. H. Fray 

John Fitzpatbick 

Chief Artificer 
Andrew D. Ramelli 

Master Plumber 
Edw. Schincke 

Painter Foreman 

LAWHENC t: Vol.I.EWYEIDER 

(HI!) 



1933 
HOSPITAL STAFF — Continued 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 



Sister Gon'Zaoa Wall, B. S., R. N.. 
Chief Dietitian 

L as M. Fecxihc, B. a., M. S 

Assistant Dietitian 

Leokoke M. Sciokeaux, Secretary 



M mi \ Havukl, R. N. 

Assistant in Infant Feeding 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 



Mrs. Marion Bentlby Stev. 
Supervisor 



Miss Vehna Dill, R. N. 
Assistant 



FACULTY OF TRAINING SCHOOL 



Sister Stanislaus, R.N. 
Director o£ Nu 

K. Sm \kt, R.N.. B.S. 
Asst. Director of School of 
Nursing 
Christine Wright, R-N- 
Instructor of Nurses 

B GlI.NZACA, K.N., U.S. 

Instructor in Dietetics 

.:; .Mai II II, HE, M. A. 

Instructor in Social Science and 
I chology 

■ Marion Him i ey Stewart, 
r T.. Instriu ■!. iv in Physical 
Therapy 

I Cl.M'M'A, R. N. 

Instructor In Opt'ratins Room 
Technique (Post-graduates) 



Sister Hf:mui:i i a. K.N,. U.S. 

Director of School of Nursing 
I.i ii ise M. Maybe.no, R.N. 
Secretary, School of Nursing 

M. I - S \i;l;i;i>n:il. R. N. 

Instructor of NurseB 
Sifter CArnERiNt;. R.N., B,S. 

Instructor in Medical Nursing 
Mary E. Koenio. R.N, 

Instructor In Anesthesia 

Sister Sylvia, R.N. 
Instructor in Hygiene 
b Florence, k. N, 
instructor in Operating Room 
Technique 

Vehna Dill, R. N., 
Asst. Instructor in 
Physical Therapy 



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INTERNES— CHARITY HOSPITAL, 1933 



ANin.nsoN, J. S. 
♦Baxdwiw, A . 

BeLLOKE,. C. P. 

•BliMH-.ii. X. J. 
BlKGHAM, C. 0. 

•Br.AKE, J. V., Jr. 
BosnoK, J. x. 
Buck, R. L. 
Bubch, G, E., Jr. 
Caldebont, F. F. 
Callaban, A. 

tCAMPDEIX, S. K. 

Cahbbay, T. F. 
Cabboix, E. D. 

.r, R. B. 

•CltABBONWET, L. S„ Jr. 

tCii m\ ac, i.. E. 
Ouktiss, E. H. 
♦Danna, P. L. 
•D'Aktoni, J. S. 

DARBY, F. U. 

*De Bakey, M. E. 

♦DlSMUKES, J. B. 
fDRESINSKr, D. 

Dl-rrick, S. a. 

*ECCLE8, C. C. 

♦Eixiott, R. G. 

FahhingtoN', C, L. 
•Fisher, "W. G. 

Fitz-Hcgh, G, S. 

Fletcher, R. M. 
•Folkeks, L. M. 
•Frederick, C O. 
•Furbeck, G. X 
•Gambino. F, F., Jr. 

George, J. S. 

Geraci, D. J. 

•GlARRATANO. J. F. 
•GlLMNTIWE, "W. H, 

•Gillespie. S. C. 

Gratvtje, J. J. 
•Gray, C. P., Jr. 

GCTDBY, E, R. 
HaI.L, D. S. 

• [Unlet, P. H. 
Hahmng, P. H. 

tHAEREIX, W. S., Jr. 
HlNIlELANG, F. M. 
Hodde, H. W. 

♦HOFFPAUIR, A. C. 

•HUDSOU, C. F. 
*-|',rni expired July 1, 193S. 
+ Resigned. 



ITAUASO, A. J. 
KiitLE, H. R. 
. H. 
Kennedy,, C. B. 
LaBrotebe, P. P., Jr. 
La Nasa. M. J. 
Lakdry, E. L. 
LaRocoa, h, a. 
Lazabo, L. 
•Lkwis, J. T., Jr. 

•LlPSCOMB, W. R. 

*Lovett, J. P. 

McCuti iikx, G. T. 

Mi SwAiif, G. H. 

McVea. C. 
•Mabble, e, J. 

Mabceixo, L. 

Mabtin, J. B. 

Massenciix, M. D., Jr. 

Milter. R. F. 

MnTscH, W, a. 

Mimihk. B. L. 

Moobe, E. G 

DOCS, 8 

NAsnre, S. R. 

•Nelson, "W. J, 

Newman, L. D. 

Nohris, J. G. 
•Opkrmiller. R. G. 

Odom, C. B, 
iOgden, H. D., Jr. 

O'Neal, L, 
n, M. L. 

Parrott, R. T". 

Phillips, J, R. 
•Pikpekgerde^. C. C. 

•PHE.IEAN, J. O. 

Rackj.ev. Q. AV 
Riyenbark. W. C; 

•ROLLING, J. C. 

•Rolfs. F. A. 

RouiiELOT, R. E. 
•Saint, C. L. 

Swatich, B, P., D. D. S. 

Schuster, L. C. 
♦Seale, A. L. 

Bhambltn, R. D. 

Sfiipi', H. 

Sjmoston. R, M. 
•Slai i.i! n R, W, S. 
•Sorret.i.s. J. E. 



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INTERNES— Continued 



♦Smith, R, F., D, D. S 
•Stafford, N. P. 

S'IViCQ, J. J. 

Stekbcow, M. 
tS\i-t:ic, J. 

Tatk. J. E, 
•Tatcm, S. A. 

TlIOMASON, H. A. 

Tomh. A. S. 

TjtAHA.N, A. 

•T.-rra expired July 1, 1033. 
fRvfigued. 



TraX, D. 
Van Weedes, B, 
VnrtaiRT, F. J. 
Wabl, C. N. 
Wf»bb, V. 

HAECHER, J, 

•Wmkbteut, L. 

Williams, F. S. 
Wolfe, M. J. 



O.. Jr. 















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VISITING STAFF 



DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 



Consultants 



Geo. S. Bel, M. D. 



J. A. Stoeck, 



I I. I. EM ANN, M. D. 

M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 

0. W. Bethea, M. D. S. C. Jamison, M. D. 

J. C. Cole, M. D. J. L. Lewib, M. D. 

W. J, Durel, M. D. A. L, Levis, M. D. 

|A. E. Possum, H. D. W. A. Love. M. D. 

U. Giles, M. D. j. h. Mussed, M. D. 
Sam. Hobson, M. D, 



Visiting 
J. M. Bamheh. M. D. 
Babtos, M. n. 
Robt. Bebnhabd, M. D. 
M. Casii'aoa, M. D. 
H. B, Cannon, M. D. 
J. M. Davidson. M. D. 
B. J. DeLatjheal, M. D. 
L. J. Dubos, M. D. 
B, R. IIkmm.kr, M. D. 
P. H. Jones, M. D. 
M. W. Mn i .1. it. M. D. 



Physicians 

L. A. Monte, M. D. 
T. L. Locascio, M. D. 
A. MncABC.AB. M. D. 
R. H. Potts, M.D. 

P. L. QcEREKB, M. D. 

I. L. Robbins, M. D. 
J. Holmes Smith, M. ] 
J. G. Sti-i ii. M. D. 
R. H. TtTBNER, M. D. 
v7nj,ADD Wiutii, M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



tG. Aczel, M. D. 

J. J. Al« III.NAHI),, M. D. 

G. E. P. BAEltES, M. D. 
C. A. BonN, M. D. 
Ulydi Brooks, M. D. 
P. B. Cameron, M. D. 

L. C. CHAMBERLAIN, M.D. 

J, R. Daboval, M.D. 
M. Ga&dbebo, M. IX 

■n .1 \. DBS, M. D. 



R. Ii. Kampmeieb, M.D. 
J A. Lewis, M. D, 
W. H. Rolling, M.D. 
P. J, Saleebt, M.D. 
L. C. Scott, M.D, 

M. SHTJSHAK, M.D. 
W. A. SOBEMAN. M. D. 

M. Sciutak, M. D. 
D. O. Wkioht, M, D. 



DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY 

Consultant 

R. M. Van Wabt, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

L. L, Cazenavette, M.D. Freii L. Fenno, M.D. 

*H. Daspit,. M. D. W. J. Otis, M, D. 

Visiting Physicians 
C. P. May, M. D. H. R. Uns worth, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
M. FbeOCAN, M.D. L. H. Hill, M.D. 

E. McC. OOHBXLT, M. D. 
STcrm expired. 

-n,<l. 



(HI) 



VISITING STAFF— Continued 



DIVISION OF PEDIATRICS 

Consultant 

C. A. Boket, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

C. J, Bloom, M. D. J. Sknoseltj, M. D. 

Maxio Loebek, M. D. R. A. Strong, M. D. 

Visiting Physicians 
Rkna Cbawfobd, M. D. Sczanne S. Schaefek, M, D. 

H, de la Houssaye, M. D. Eowix Socola, M. !). 

F. J. Kim-mh.kk, M.D. Ltmo vos MeYSENBCQ, M. D. 

tR. R. Roberts, M. D. G. R. Williamson-. M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
Roth G. Axeman, M. D. T. F. Kirn, M. D. 

J. K. Butxock, M. D. M. Maxxowitz, M. D. 

Sims Chapman, M. D. E. Naef, M, D, 

M. J. lHll'Y. M, D. R. A. ROBINSON, M, D. 

Habbis Hosen, M. D. J. E. Sthaxck, M. D. 

tR. J. Taxbot. H. D. 



DIVISION OF DERMATOLOGY 

Consultant 
H. E. Menace, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

R. Hopkixs, M. D. J. N. RoussEL, M. D. 

Visiting Physician 

M. T. Van Stuhdiford, M. D, 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

J. A. Dcvroit, M. D. J. K. Howi.es, M, D. 

T, A. Maxwell, M. D. 



DIVISION OF ALLERGY 

Visiting Physician 

N. F. TniBEBOE, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician 
L. A. Caboche, M. D. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 
Consultants 
J. M. Batciiei.or, M. D. *B. D. Martin, M. D. 

F. Larue, M. D. R. Matas. M. D. 

Joh>- Smythe, M. D. 
* Resigned. 

(silt) 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

M, Beadbubs, M. D. Lucie.y Landry, M. D, 

C. G. Cole, M, D. E. L. Leckert, M.D. 

J. A. Dank a. M. D. H. Li:ipenheimer, M. D. 

I. M. Gaue, M.D. S. C. Lyoxs, M.D. 

M. J, Gklpi, M. D. U, Macs, M. D. 

H. B. Gessner, M. D. J. T. Nix, M. D. 

Kmmhi L. Irwin. M.D. E. J. Richard, M. D. 

"A. C. Kim,. M. n. J. D. Rites, M. D. 

J. E. Lanpry, M. D. Russell E. Stone, M. D. 



Visiting 
G. C. Andebsos, M. D. 
Emile Bloch, M. D. 
JF. Bois-.ki.u-:. M, I), 
W. P. Bradburn, M.D. 
L. A. Brennan, M. D, 
W. Rooers Bhewstkh, M. D. 
J. E. Brdjrre, M, D. 
A. F. BitocK, M. D. 
C. J. Brown, M.D. 
C. D. Cabsecrain, M, D. 
F. L. Cato, M.D. 

R. J. ChRIBTMAN, M, D, 

Isidore Cohn, M. 1 1. 

§R. A. Cl TTIN.,, M. D, 
S. Geismak, M. D. 



Surgeons 

F. C. Hava, M. D. 

J. M. Houwtha, M, D. 

A. Jacoby, M. D. 

P. L. Jaubert, M. D, 

P. G. Lacroix, M.D. 

J. W. Lindner, M. D. 

F. L. Loria, M.D. 

C. W, Mattingly, M. D. 

C. J. MlAWOOLAHRA, M, D. 
M. O. Miller, M. D. 

D. J. Murphy, M. D. 
J. F. Oakley, M. D. 

■ 0< BSNEB, M. D. 

A. H. Storck, M.D. 
W. G. Troescheb, M. D, 



Assistant Visiting 
§B, G. Able. M. D, 
J. W. Atkinson, lit D. 
W. Baker, M. D. 

T. T. Batso.v. M. D. 
P. A, Bocdreaux, M. D. 
F. F. Boyce, M. D. 
T. E, Clements, M.D. 
J. A. Cqlclough, M. D. 
S. M. t'ni'ii.AMi. M. n. 

A. L. CULK iti r, m. d. 
P. L. Daxna, M. D, 
M. E. De Bakey, M. D. 
§L. E. Deveox, M. D, 
H. B. Faris, M.D. 
C F. Gelbke, M.D. 

J. F. GlARRATANO, M. D. 

A. M. Graves,, M. D. 
L. J. Haxckes, M. D. 

C. B. "Wright, 



Surgeons 

KoGORni HosAI, M. D. 
A. N. Houston. M. D, 
L. J. Kerxe, M. D, 
H. M.viiohxer. M.D. 
|H. A. King, Jr.. M. I 
R. G. Lampeet, M.D. 
G. D. Lilly. M. D, 
G. C. MdSamon, M.D, 
A. X. Owens, M. D. 
P. A. Phillips, M. D. 
R. M. Penick, Jr.. M. I 
J. R. Plank, M. D. 
W. L, Rosen, M. D. 
J. F. Sicomo, M. D. 
J. W. A. Smith, M. D. 
L. H. Siiti e, M. D. 
Cosmo Tardo, M. D. 
J. R. Veal, M.D. 
M.D. 



DIVISION OF FRACTURES 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 
M. Bradburn, M.D. *A. C. Kixr,, M. D. 

E. D. Fen-nee, M.D. H. T, Simon, M.D. 



IBeslgned. 



(llT) 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



DIVISION OF FRACTURES 

Visiting Surgeons 
G. C. Battalora, M. D. E. N. 1-Lu.ler. M. D. 

A. F, Brock. M. D, P, G. Lacboix, M. D. 

R. J. Chjjtstman, M, D. s. B. Saiewtez, ji. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
$B, W. Ewart, M. D. J, O. Remhwj, M. D. 

L J. RchN, M. D. C. B. Wright, M. D. 



DIVISION OF ORTHOPEDICS 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

E. D. Fenner, M. D. p. a. McIlhenny, M. D. 

H. T. Simos, M. D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
G. C. Battai.ora, M. D, G. K. Logan, M. D. 

E. N. HALtBfi, M. D. C. V. FeskIkb, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
§E. W. EWAKT, M. D. E. II. M.uiu;t;. &L D. 



DIVISION OF SURGICAL DISEASES OF CHILDREN 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
P. Chetta, M. D. E. D. Fenner, M. D. 

Job. Levy, M. D. 

Visiting Surgeon 
E. X. Haixer, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
B. Hochfej.der, M. D. o. P. Mai;terer. M D 

J. R. Veal, M. D. 



DIVISION OF OBSTETRICS 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
Phiups J. Caetbb, M. D. E. L. Kino, M. D. 

F. H. Goutla, M. D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
W. P. Gardiner, M. D. H. C. MaOkk, M. D. 

Katherink Havahu. M. D. Q. A, Mayer, M. D. 

J. S. Hebert, U.D. J. W. Reddock, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
J. T. Briebbe, M. D. A. M, Pour:. M. D. 

Artihr Caire, M. D. J. T. Sanders, M. D, 

A. G. King, M. D. E. C. Smith, M. D. 

JH. M. Nniv, M. D. E. L. Zander, M. D. 

(it) 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



DIVISION OF GYNECOLOGY 



Consultants 



E. S. Lewis, 11. I>. 



C. A. Walbillich. M. D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 
Philips J, Castes, M. D. A. Jacobs. M. D. 

J. F. Dicks, M. D. H. W. Kostmayeb, M. D. 

C. A. M. DtniiiKsTLMN, M. D. L. A. Ledovx, M. D. 

A. H. GladdbH, 11 D. W. E. Levy, M. D. 

P. R. Gii.mila, M.D. C. Je«t Miller, M. D. 

P. Gsajtaqmno, M. D. H. V. Sims, M. D. 

E. H. Walet, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 



T. B. ATO, M. D. 

H. B. A I SOBROOK, M. D. 

C. P. Brown. M. D. 

F. Temple Browk, M. D. 
Hymen L. Cohen, M. D. 
Geo. A. Cronan, M. D. 

G. D. Fi I D. 
J. K. Flowers, M. D. 

J, H. LOMBARD, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting 
Davib Adiger, M. D, 
H. G. Butkek, M. D. 
C. P. Cabibi, M. D. 

C. G. Coixixs. M. D. 
H. A. FOLSE, M. D. 

ROBYX HjtBJJy, U I I. 

D. Hyma.w M. D. 

C. G. Johnson, M. I). 
J. E. Lindner, M. D, 
W. B. McGlk.. M Ii 

B. L Z AX DEB, 



M. J. Lyons, IS. D. 
H. A. Macheoa, M, D. 

H. C. MAflEE, M. D. 
H. E. Mili.hh. M.D. 

M. D. 
P. T. Talbot, M. D. 
C. H. Tyrone. M.D. 
S. II. Wills. M.D. 
M. A. Young, M. D. 

Surgeons 
R. J. Maineqba, M.D. 

C- Mini.... M.D. 

O. C. MlRAMON, M. D. 
P. MoNTELEPRE. M. D. 

T. H. Ouphant, M.D. 
S. A. Rom isro, M. D. 
E. C. Smitii. M. D. 
M. L. Stadiem, M. D. 
.\. J. Tessttobe, M.D. 

J. T. WlTHEBSPOOS, M.D. 
M.D. 



DIVISION OF UROLOGY 

Consultant 

Josiin Hi mi:. M. D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

P. J. K aii ii:. M. D. J. G. Pratt. M. D. 

H. J. Lindner, M, D. W. A. Reed, M, D. 

fl. W. E. WAi.niLi:. M. D. 

Visiting Surgeons 



H, T. Beacham. M. D, 
Edgar Burns, M. D. 
Lioxel K. Gordon, M, D. 
Max M. Green, M. D. 
R. J. Maiules, M.D. 



E. McCojimac, M. D. 

HlLAIItE Ogben, M. D. 

A. Mattes, M. D. 
R. P. Shabp, M. D. 
Monroe Wolf, M. D. 



Crri) 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



DIVISION OF UROLOGY 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
A. L. Adam. M. D. B. J. Fett, M. D. 

J. S. Daviiisun, AI. D. J. A, La Nasa, M. D. 

C. D. BJHLEBT, M. D. M. Lescale, M, D. 

R. M. WnxonaHSY, M. D, 



DIVISION OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Consultant 

V. C. Smith, M. D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
H. N, Blum, M.D. Jules Dui-uy, M. D. 

Brewster, M. D. G, L, Hardin, M. D. 

W. R. Buffingtox, M. D. F. A. Ovkkbav, M. D. 

H. A. Thomas, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
P. HoWKLL, M. D. it. ii. Hiioka, M. D. 

E. McCarthy, M. D. II. Schboedk*, M. D, 

D. T. Martin, M.D. It P. SMITH, M.D. 

D. A. Palmisano, M, D. Marie StaNBEkt, M. D. 

T. J. VANZANT, M. D. 



DIVISION OF OTO RHINO LARYNGOLOGY 

Consultant 
Chevalier Jackson, M. D. 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 
H. DUPUT, M.D. 'J. p. O'Kki.i.ky,, M. D. 

V. H. Pochb, M.D. G. Taqbimo, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
C. L. Brown. M.D. R. H. Fisher, M.D. 

C, L. Cox, M. D. M. F. Meyer. M. D. 

J, R. Febnawdez, M. D. S. B. McNair, M. D. 

E. G. Walls, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
L. W. Alexander, M.D, sjL. N. Schnbtz, M. I). 

F. T. Beatrous. M. D. R. J. Spebai.k, M. D. 

J. B. GooCH,, M.D. L. \\ir%.-ni\ AI, l>. 

J. P. Palesho, M. D. SrK.vtJER C. Wood, M. D. 



DIVISION OF DENTAL SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeon 
C. P. Kklleheb, D. D. S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

L, L. Levy, D. D. S. L. R. Rolling, D. D. S. 

Sidney L. Tiblier, D. D. S. 

•Died. 

|Ke»i»ned May J£. 1M4. 

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DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



DIVISION OF DENTAL SURGERY 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeon* 

Slattery Aleman. D. D. S. P. P. Palermo, D. D. S. 

Babtels. D- D, 8. D. Petersow, D. D. S. 

II, Cxjpem D.D.S. R- Frowell, D. D. S. 

It. W. Faku tier. D.D.S. M Peytow, I). D. S. 

W. O. GOQGIN, D, D. S. D. V. RtTTEKEB. D. D. S. 

a II- Hivijj. D. D. S. G. O. Rosado, D.D.S. 

M. H. Lawer, D. D. S, C. W. Rosskeb, D, D. S. 

F, M. Mains. D. D. S. - t SeeLIC, D. D. S. 

M. C. Manknt. D. D, S. A. D. Smith, D.D.S. 

L. F. Ma-ottos, D. D. j*. P. E. Smith, D.D.S. 

It. C. Nkeb, [i D. S. J- Stealer, D.D.S. 

W. M. NlCAtlD, D. D. S. J- Tambohei-lo. D. D. S. 

J. TisoXLEit, D. D. S. 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Visiting Pathologists 

G. W. Dn.ii., M. D. A. V. Friedrichs, M. I). 

W. H. Harms, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

C. G. ECCLES, M. D. H. .1 SCHATTENBKRO, M. D. 

§P. S. Pakisi.vii, M, D. -I. W. Williams. M. D. 



1 Resigned. 



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JANUARY, 1934, THROUGH JUNE, 1934 

HOSPITAL STAFF 



Superintendent 
Ainiiti: V|[ii:im;. M. I). 

Assistant Superintendent 
Roy W. WmiillT, M. D. 



HOUSE SURGEONS 

\. Ei.i.kmii.i;. M. D., Senior F. Cbmohto.n Siii-n-:. M. D., Junior 

Felix A. Pi.anchk. M. D., Junior 



HOUSE PHYSICIANS 
M. D., Senior J. R. Theiuot. Jr.. M. D., 

Edgak Hm.i- M. D,, Senior Assistant Medical House Officer 

J. Trii-oli, M. D., Senior L.. S, Chabbonnet, Jr.. M. D., 

Assistant Medical House 0i 
J. O. Wj <;. Jr., M. D., 

rant Medical House Officer 



Resident Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeons 
*G. T. Johnson, M. D., Senior 0. C. Peepebgeede6, M. 1).. Junior 

Jeanne C. Roeliho, M. D., Junior 



Fellowship in Orthopedics 
An'ukos Scott Hamilton.. M. D. 



Fellowship in Urology 
C. O. Frederick, M. D.. Junior 



Fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
C it. Mays, M. D., Senior A. C. HoffpATJTB, M. D., Junior 



Fellowship in Pediatrics 
1 1 ii-s. M. D„ Senior 



Admitting Physicians 
\v. i>. Norma k, M. D. W. J. Kelson, Jr.. U. D. 



Resident Dentist 
ii. F. Smith, D. D, S. 



•Besig I Match I. 1934. 






JANUARY, 1934. THROUGH JUNE, 1934 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



Pathological Department 
Rigney D'Au.noy, M. D., Director and Pathologist 
Ji iin H. Connell, M. D., Senior Resident Pathologist 
Hans Emmerich von Haam, M. D., Senior Resilient Pathologist 

e F. Fasting, M. D., Senior Resideni Pathologist 
Aw hie Fine, M. D., Junior Resident Pathologist 
Florence Evans, Ph. D., Scientific Assistant 

EsTHEB McELWEE, A. B., Scientific Assistant 

Mini am Yocno, Scientific Assistant 

DottOTH* Covington Bahibtkb, a. B„ Secretary to the Director 



[■Mavis Babn'es, Department Secretary 

Sinn ( Department Clerk 

itoiA tSossotJLiN, Stenographer 



Mn; . A. B., Senior Technician 

>a Noel, Senior Technician 
Gladys Fag an Soberer, Senior Technician 
Joyce Washbur:;.. A. B., Senior Technician 
MrLDBED Bailey, Junior Technician 
Doxobbb O'Toole, Janior Technician 
Helen McLean, A. B., Junior Technician 



Curator of Medical Museum 



DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY 
Db, Amedke Granger, Director 
.:j\\ Whttoomb Bbqww, dii. John Matthew Miles, 

Radiologist Fellow 

Da. William Jekemiah Devlin, Miss Hazex G.uoet, 

Radiotherapeutlst Secretary 



Division of Diagnosis 
Db. Ebna Whitcomb Ehh«n, Mr. Charles Ramii.u,, 

Radiologist Technician 

Db. John Matthew Miles, Ms. Hoori Saucier, 

Follow Technician 

CiAUDET. Mu. Albert Deshotel, 

Stenographer Technician 

Mms Iris Rincboh, Miss Celia Champagne, 

Typist Technician 

Miss Aimki: LoTTMAN, File Clerk 



Division of Therapy 

Dr, William Jeremiah Devlin, Mas. Octatia Dean, 

Radiotlierapeutist Technician 

Dn, John Matthew Miles. Ms. Vaiudm Vi , 

ident Radiologist Technician 

■t Resigned. 

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JANUARY, 1934, THROUGH JUNE, 1934 

HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Sister Julia, R. N., Madge BoudbEaux, 
Director Secretary 

I IIREB CaRSTENS, R. N., G»A0E GRAeTON„ R. N,, 

Supervisor, Student Nurses Supervisor, Colored Cliuics 

Nettie Lambert, R. N., Bkdlab Babik, R. N., 

White Follow-Up Work Colored Follow-Up Work 

Mrs. M. Woolfebo, Mrs. A, Moseman, 

Supervisor, While Clinics Information Clerk 

BYorktta Thessted, Tullma Boydki.i.. 
Office Supervisor, Office Superv 

Colored Clinics White Clinics 

Evki.yx Seguba, Admitting Clerk 



Clerk's Office 
Mrs. K. I Iiir.i.i .v. Clerk -Miss Hetty Black, Assistant 



HEART STATION— ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC LABORATORY 

Director 

Richard Ashman, ph. D. 

Assistants 

Edgar Hull, II. D. Jambs Gouaux, M. D. 

Technical Assistant Research Assistant 

Miss Bleaxor Hafkeshrikg Hiss Catherine Draws 

Laboratory Technician 

JosEi'U BrKcii): 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Beatrice Hodge, AIamiii.ih-: Mathm .n. 

Director Case Supervisor 

Lydia Fimkv, Catherine Pubcell, 

■ ■••taut Director Chief Clinic Worker 

I.vtenia Poster, Bye Worker 

Social Workers 

Lotrisf Meter Leola B 'raoon 

ill Mathilde Wtba I,. 

IlIMA COUSIXS EVELYN COCHHAX 

rSE GOETTKK Mai:i; UU -i Rose 

iiwxe Carter Thomas IIimx Raves Janjtet 

Student Workers 
Ansa HARBISON Jaxk Pharb 

Secretaries 
Kathebine Chambers Violet Murray 

ELL EWTNG ''OHLLE LANPHZEB 

M IRGUERITE BOUDREAHJ 

Volunteer Clerk 

Mabioavli Hopkisb Locus Mo 

nl 



JANUARY, 1934, THROUGH JUNE, 1934 

HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



RECORD ROOM 

Registrar 
*(!. Fakjjar Pattow, M. D. 



Deputy Registrar 
Hi i ii L. Pa i 



Nbttm t, \ Haute 

BeURTA McPkihiii. i 
I.rm.iM GAFBSXB 
Madge Wh 

H'NFEI.D 



Clerks 



Km iA LeMoikb 
[C Bjlanchabk 

Rore.maiiY MVOlX'rr 

J\ES! KlHCHEM 
AOKXE Ol N.l.nFiY 
ROIENA ORRERBT 



Al.tllllsT P. Laute 

b A. Blanch aim 



PHARMACISTS 

Dai in I!r:iF \.\ 
WttUS Miiui;T 



LICENSE INSPECTOR 
Fkunanii Fohet 



STEWARD'S DEPARTMENT 

Hi.Nin Wkiii maxn. Purchasing Agent 



I,. L. Pobet 



ENGINEERS' DEPARTMENT 

Chief Engineer 
J, V. riiMiii; 

Assistant Engineers 

W. H. Fkay 
Joan FlTZl'ATKU'K 

Chief Artificer 
AmiRBw D, Ramkm.i 

Master Plumber 

KllW. St HIM 

Painter Foreman 
Law ii km i v.. j i ERWEntEa 



•Deccawil. 



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JANUARY, 1934, THROUGH JUNE, 1934 
HOSPITAL STAFF— Continued 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

Smtku Go.vzaga Wall, B. S., R. X.. 
Chief Dietitian and Pood Adminlstiatui' 



FMM I > W, K.NUWLES, B. S 

Assistant Dietitian 



Dijisis) Lee, B. S., 
Assistant infant Fey dins 
Leonobe J, Charles, Secretary 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. .Mai:m\ BeHtlky Stewart, .Miss VkhXa Dill R. N„ 
supervisor Assistant 



FACULTY OF TRAINING SCHOOL 



Sister Staxislal-s, R. N- 

Director of Nurses 
Mary E. Stcart, R. N.. B. S„ 

Asst, Director, School of Nursing 
Cinusi im: Wbiciit, K. X-. 

Instructor of Nurses 

ii Goszaga, K, X., B. S., 

Instructor in Dietetics 
SiSTElt Mathiloe. M. A., 

Instructor in Social Science 
and Psychology 

■ M ,M!I( IN' BENTLEY STEWART. 

P. T., Instructor in Physical 
Therapy 

Ol.lVK t'lAlsKN,. R. N.. 

Instructor in 0. R. Technique 
i post-graduates) 

Vebna Dill, R. N„ 
Asst. Instructor in Physical Therapy 



Sibteb Henrietta, it. K., H. S., 
Director, School of Nursing 

Louise m. Maybeko, R. N., 
Secretary, School of Nursing 

M. Imogkxe YAniinmi.il, R. N., 
Instructor of Nurses 

Sibteb Catherine, r. n., b. S„ 

Instructor in Medical Nursing 

Mary E. Koenio, R, N„ 
Instructor in Anesthesia 

Sister Svt.vi \. R. N., 
Instructor in Hygiene 

Sister Fi.ork.xck. R. N., 
Instructor in O. R. Technique 



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INTERNES— CHARITY HOSPITAL 
January 1, 1934, to July 1, 1934 



Am>ki;»ii.n. J. S. 
Bhi.D'M'. C. F. 
BlXGHAM, C, 0. 
BOflTKK, J. -\. 

Buck, R. L. 
Bcnca, G. E„ Jr. 
Galdbeowi, F. F. 
Caelahah, a. 
Caiiuoi.i.,, E. D. 

:. It. B. 
NTTSB, B. H. 
DAfiBY, F. U. 

DtmRicK, S. A. 
Fahiungkin. C. L. 
FTrS-HtJOH, G. S. 

Fi.nc ju.u. R. M. 
<!i BBSS, J. S. 

Ge&aox, D. J. 

G&AIfDC, J. J. 

GUIDRY, E. R. 

Hall. I). S. 
Ham.kv. P. H. 

a utDimt, p. h. 

Ul-Mll.l.AM.. F. M. 

I (wide, H, W. 
Italia. so. A. J. 
Kajii.k, H. R. 

I hi'. C. B. 
La I lit i vi:iii:.. P. P., Jr. 
LaNasa, M. J. 

l.AMIKV, E. L. 



La Kim ta, H. A. 
l,\y..\iiti. L. 
MoCl " in *, S. T, 
M( SWAXK, f',. H. 

I, C. 
Mabcecxo, L. 
Mastxr, J. B. 
Masbesoill, M. D., Jr. 
.Mili.ki:, H. F. 
Mi.\bch, W. A. 
Mookk, B. L. 
Moose, E. G. 
Motjijbxhjs, s. 

N'Altl.NS, S. R. 

Newman, l. d. 
Nounis, J. G. 
Odom, C. B_ 
O'Neal. L, 
Pareti, H. L, 

pAttBOTT, It I 
Piiii.mi-m. J. R, 
Raobxet, (.;. W. 

KlVKVU.VIlK, \V. C. 

I i ■ ' i i.i-T.ii'i. 14, K. 

Salath ii. B. P., D. D. 5. 

SCKUSTKB, L. C. 

Sbakkuh, K. D. 

Smi"l\ Ii. 
Slllii.MIA, R. It. 

Stago, J. J. 
SXERBCOW, 1V1. 



HIT 



JANUARY, 1934, THROUGH JUNE, 1934 

VISITING STAFF 



DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 
Consultants 



Geo. S. Bel, If. D. 



0. W. Bethea, M. Ii. 

J. C. Cole, M. D. 
V. J. Dubkl, M. D. 

';rr.ES, M. D. 
S. Hobsojt, M. D. 



J. M. Bamhf.h. M. D. 

Barton, M. D. 
It. HirnNHARD, M. D. 
If. Campaojta, M. I). 
H. E. Cannon. M. D. 
I. M. Dwiiison. M. D. 
B, J. Db Latjbeal, M. 

Dubos, M, D. 
B. R. Hknixoeb. M. D. 
I J . H. Jones, M. D. 



I. I. Lemank, M. D. 



J. A. Stobck, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

. S. C. Jamison. 81. D. 
J, L. Lewis, M. D. 

A. L, LrVTN\ M. I). 

W. A. Love, M. D. 
J. H. MtresEis, M. D. 

Visiting Physicians 

M. W, Miller, M. D. 
L. A. Monte, M. D. 
J. L. La M. D. 

A. Mocaboar M. D. 
R. H. Porrs. M. n. 
P. L, Qterewb. M. n. 
D. T. L. Robbi.ns, M. D. 

.1. H. Smith, M. D. 
.1. G. Stilb, M. D. 
R. H. Tt-RSEK. M. D. 
Wii.i.ard Wirtti, M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



J, .1. Am-hisahii. M. D. 
G. E. P. Babnes. M. D. 
Bokn, M. D. 

m, M. D. 
L. C. Chamheei.ain. M. D. 
J. R. Dabovai,, M. D. 
M. Garbberg. M. D. 

S\ IiMY J.U'llHS. M. D. 



R. H. Kampmeiek. M. '. 
J. A. Lewis. M. D. 
H. D. Obben, M. I>. 
W. H. Roeli.nc. M. D. 
P. J. Su.i i ,uv. ,\1. D. 
L. C. Stott. m. n. 
V7. A. Bodkmajj, M, D, 
M. Sjiushax, M. D. 
M Si llivajt, M. D, 
D. O. Wright, M. D. 



DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY 

Consultant 
R. M. Van Wart, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
L. I i.ttk. M. D. F. L. Fesno. M. D. 

W. J. Otis, M. D. 



C. P. Mat, M. D. 

iiijiman, M. D. 



Visiting Physician* 

FT. R. T.'nswortti. M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

L. H. Hir.i.. M. D. 
K. McC. Consely. M. n. 



VISITING STAFF— Continued 



G. .1. Bloom, M. D. 

Mai'U Liikih-:h. M. Ii, 



DIVISION OF PEDIATRICS 

Consultant 
C. A. Hiihky, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

J. SlOROUXXl, M. D. 
R. A. Si no v.,. M. D. 



Rena Cbawfobd, M. D, 
R. de la HovBBATt. M. l>. 

F. J. KnTHBBGKR, M. D. 



Visiting Physicians 

SUZANXK S. SCHAEFER, M. D. 

Edwin Socola. M. D. 

Li no Vi>> MEYKENBt'O, M. D. 
II. Willi i.vsiiv. M. D. 



R G. Ai s M Uf, M. D. 
J. K. Bclldi k. M. It 
Sims Cii.M'.man. M. D. 
M. J. Dniv, M. D. 

HOSEH, M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

T, F. Kiie.v, M. D. 

ML Mallowitz. M, D. 

E. Nakf, M. D. 

\i, A. Boerasos, M. D. 

J, B. Sl'UAMlK. M. D. 



DIVISION OF DERMATOLOGY 

Consultant 
H. K. Mk\a..k. M. D. 



R. Hoi-kin*. M. D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 

.1. N. ROVSSEL, M. D. 



Visiting Physicians 
11 T. Van Stiihiikoei), ML D. 



J. A. Devsoit, M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

J, K. BE0WXE8, M. D. 

T. A. Maxwell. M. D. 



DIVISION OF ALLERGY 

Visiting Physician 
H. F. TniHEm.K, M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 
L. A. C'ABiM iik. M. D. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 



J. M. H.vniii ij,i;. M. D. 
P. Larue, M. d. 



Consultants 

R. Maty-., M. D, 
John SjotTHE, M. D. 



M. Bbaheiiiin. M. D. 
C. G. Cole, M. D. 
J. A. Banna, M. D. 
I. M. Gage, M. I>. 
M. J. Oelpi, M. D. 
H. B. Gessner. M. D. 
B. L. Irwin, M, D. 
J. B. L lndry, M. D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

L,. Landry, M. D. 
S. L. Lkc-kkrt, M. D. 

H. Li-;nn:.\m:iMl-;li. M. 

S. C. Lyons, at D. 

1'. Mats, M. D. 

.1. T. \i\, ST. D. 

E. J. Kli HARD, M. D. 
.1. I). RlVBS, M. D. 

Russell E. Stone, M. d. 



D, 



G. C. Anderson, M. D, 

i«„ ii, M, D. 
W. P. Bradbcrx. M. D. 
L. A. Brennan, M. D. 

I. BREWSTER. M. D. 

1 . M. D. 

L F. Brock. M. D. 
C. J. Brown, M. D. 

C. D. CA88ECKAIN, M. D. 

P- L, Cat.., M. D. 

Ft. J, Cbristman, M. D 

I. COHN, M. D. 

S. Qeibmar, M. D. 
y C. Hava. M. D, 

I. M. Hoi vi ii a. M. D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

A, JAOOBY, M, D, 

F, L. Jaibkht, M. D. 
P. G. Lacrojx, M. D. 

.1. W, LlXDNOi. JU 
F. L. Loria, M, D. 
('. W. Mattim;i.y. M. D. 
('. J. Mi ixi.di U(|;a, M. D. 
M. 0. Miller, M. D. 
I). J. Mi n I'll y, ,\|. D. 
J. F. Oakley, M, Ii. 
A, Ochsher, M. D, 
S. B. Saiewitz, M. D. 
J. W. A. Smith, M. D. 
v II. Storck, M. D. 
W. G. Trobo her, M. D. 



J. W. Atkinson, M. D. 
W. Baker, M. D, 
T, T. Batbon, M. D. 
p. a. Bodbreavx, m. n. 

F. F. Biivik. M. n. 
T. E. Clements. M. 11 

J. A. COLCLOt'GH. M. D. 

S, M. f'l.i-i i imi, M. D. 

PER, M. 1>. 

P. L. Dan.na. M. D. 

i De Bakey, M. D 
!.. E. Devron, M. D. 

Paris. M. D. 
C F. Gki.uk k, M. D. 

I. K. GlARRATANO. M. D 
I.. J. If AM KSS, M. D, 

i:s. M. D. 
K. FFosw, M. D. 

IResIrned. 



Assistant 


Visitir 


10 I 


Surgeons 








A. 


X. 




M. 


D. 




X. 


Karmimer. M. D 






L. 


J, 


Kerne, m. 


D. 






II. 


A. 


Kim;. Jt., 


M. 


D. 




R. 


G. 


Lamfert, 


M. 


1). 




G. 


1), 


Lll.I.Y. A! 


D. 






H. 


AI. 


ulru;\ 


. I). 






G. 


c. 


Mm IMON. 


M. 


D. 




A. 


N. 


Owens, af it. 




P. 


A. 


Puii.i 


M. 


D. 




R, 


AI. 


Penkk, Jr., : 


\l. 




J. 


It 


r*i u»k, \i 


D. 






W 


, L 


. Rosen . M 


. D. 






J. 


F. 


Srcowto, ,M 


. D. 




l. 


.1 


W. 


A. Smith, 


M, 


D. 




L. 


H. 


Si kiii, M. 


D. 






KG Tarbo. M 


. i). 






J. 


!!. 


Veal. M. 


D. 




C. B. 


Wrioht, M. D. 







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DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



M. Brabbcrs, M. D. 



DIVISION OF FRACTURES 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

K. I). Ptoranm, M. D. 
ii. T. Bason, M. D. 



Q ' . BATT ALOHA. M. D. 

A. P. Brock, M. D. 

R, J. Cubistma.v, M. D. 



M. Karsiimku. M. D. 
L. J. Kun.v. M. D. 



E. D, FivM.ii. M. D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

E. X flu ihlt. M. D. 

P. G. L-acroix, M. D. 

). S. B. Saiewitz, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. O. Reddino, M. D. 
C. Ii. Wwbt, M. D. 



DIVISION OF ORTHOPEDICS 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

P. A. McIlhknxv, M. 1). 
H. T. SiMO.f, M. D. 



G. C. Battalora, M. D. 
E. N. Halleh, M. D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

r, K I. \n 51 I). 

C. V. pEfflUDEB, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 
E. H. Maubeh, M. D. 



DIVISION OF SURGICAL DISEASES OF CHILDREN 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

F. CHETTA M. D. .K. D. Fenxer. M. D. 

Jus. Lett, M. D. 

Visiting Surgeon 

E. N. Hai.i.eu. M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

O. P. Mauteri ii. M, D. 
.1. R. Veal, M. D. 



B. Hdchfeldeb, M. D. 



P. J. Cartes, M. n. 



DIVISION OF OBSTETRICS 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 

EL I- Kino, M. D. 
P. H. Gomtla. M. D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
\Y P. GABBUnCR, M. D. H. C. Maoee, M. D 

ICimiihim; Havard. M. D. G A \[ \yer. M. D. 

J. S. Hebekt, M. 0, 



.1. T. Bbieke, M. D. 
A. Caire, M. D. 

K. D. 

A. G. Kin.,, M. D. 



J. W. Reodch k. M. D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

H. M. Ki .i.t.v, M. D. 
A, M. PoWE, M. D. 
J. T. Sandeks. M. D 
E. C. Smith, M. D. 
E. L. Zasheti. M. D. 
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DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



E. S. Lewis, -M. D, 



DIVISION OF GYNECOLOGY 

Consultants 

C. A. Wal.bii.lich, M. D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
P. J. Carter, M. D. A. Jacobs. M. D. 

J. F. Dicks, M. D. h. w. Kostmasjcb, M. D. 

C. A. M. DORRESTEIX, M. D. . ,\. Lkootlx, M. D. 

A. II. Gladoes, M. D. W. E. Lett, M. D. 

P. R. Gomha, M. I). C. .h:n- Muxes, M. D. 

un.AiN.i. M. I). H. V. Sims, M. D. 

E, II. \V.wi:t„ M. D. 



t. n, ato, m. d. 

H. B. Alkobrook. M. D. 
C. P. Brows, m. D. 
P. T. Brown, M. D. 
H. L. Cohen. M. D. 
G, A. rriuMV. M. D. 
G. R. Feldner, M. D. 
J. R. Flowers. M. D. 
J. H. Lombard, M. B. 

David Adioer. M. D. 
•:. BlTTKEB, M. D. 
C. P. Cai M. D. 

C. v, 3, M. D. 
H. A. Fui.sk. M. D. 
R. Hahdy, M. D. 

D. Hymax, M. D. 
C. O. I i. ".i\-. M. D. 
J. E. Lindner. M. D. 
W. B. McGee. M. D. 



Visiting 


Surgeons 




11. J. Lions, M. D. 




H. A. Macheca. M, D 




IT. C. Maoes, M. D. 




H. E. Miller. M. D. 




L. Mi 11 in i i . SI. D. 




P. T. Talbot. M. D. 




C. H. Tyrone, M. D. 




S. H. Wills. 81 D. 




M, A. Vmivi;. M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

R. J. MaINEoKA. M. D. 

C. Midlo, HI D. 

G. C. MlRAMON, M. D. 
P. MdN'TELEPnE, M, D, 

T. H, Ot.iPHA.VT. M. D. 
S. A. Romano, M. D. 
E. C. Smith. M. D. 

L. Stadiem, M. D. 
X. .1. Tessitouk, M. D. 
J. T. Wjthehsi'ikix, M. D 
E I.. Zander, M. D. 



P. J. Kahle, M. D. 

H. J. I.I.MIM -I:. M. D. 



II. T JVuih.k, M. D. 
M. D. 
\I. I). 
M at Greek, M. D. 

R. J. Maihles, M. D, 

... I. Adam, M. D. 

Davidson. M. D. 

,i] (CRT, M. D. 



DIVISION OF UROLOGY 

Consultant 

Joseph Hum:. M. D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

■I. d. Pratt, M. D. 
\V. A. Reed. M. 0. 
II. \V. K. Walther, M. D. 
Visiting Surgeons 

*E, MoCohmac, M. n. 
H. Ogden. M, D, 

A. Mai iks. M. D. 
R. F. Sharp, M. D. 
M. Wdi.f, M. n. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

B. .1. Fktt, M. D. 
1 A. La Nasa, M. D 
M I i si mi-. M. D. 

R. M. Wn.Lorr.HBY, M. D. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



DIVISION OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Consultant 
V. C, Smii h, M. D. 



Ruin. M. D. 
H. N. Blum, M, D. 

EL F. IJfiRWSTER. M. D. 
W. It- filli OTOTON, M. D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

.Ii i.i:s in i'iy. M. D. 
G. L.. Hai:mn. M. D. 
*F. A. OVEBBAY, M. D. 

II. A. Tlli-MAs. M. D. 



?. Himicu., M. D. 
E. McCastht, M. D. 
». T. Maisuv m. l». 
D. A. Palmisanh. M. 
R. B, Rikha. M. D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

G. W, Robinson, M. D. 
H. SCHMWDER, M. D. 
M. p. Smith, m, D. 
D. Marie StaRbeby, M. D. 

T. J. V.w/.am. M. I). 



DIVISION OF OTO-RHINO LARYNGOLOGY 

Consultant 
Chevalier Jacksok, M. D. 



: Dri'iv. Iff. I). 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

V. Ii. Funs. M. 
G. Taquhto, m. d. 



C. Ex Brown, M. D. 

C. L. Cox, 11. IX 

j. R. Fernandez, m, d. 

It. II. Fishxr, M. D. 



Visiting Surgeon 

U. F. Mi vi;it. M. D. 
S. B. McNaib, II. D. 
h. A. Thomas, m. D, 
K. G. Walls, M, D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



L. W. Ai-KXAMiin. M. D. 
F. T. Beatbocs, M, D. 
J. B. Gooca, BL D. 
J, P. Palermo, M. D. 



S. C. 



E. D. Clark, M. D. 
L. N. SCHNETZ, M. D. 
H. D. Pate, M. D. 
R, J. Sped ale, M. D. 
Wood, M. D. 



DIVISION OF DENTAL SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeon 

C P. Ki -.i.r.MiER. n. D, S. 



L. L. Lkvy. D. D. S. 



Visiting Dental Surgeons 

I.. R. Rni.r.iNO. D. n. S. 
S. L. Tibi.ikk. D. D, S. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY— Continued 



Assistant 
S. AlXMAN, D, D. S. 
C. M. Bakth.s. D, D. S. 
II. COPESO, D. D. S. 
R. W. Fabachei!, D. D. S. 
W. 0. Goooirr, D. D. S. 
C. H. Himil, D. D. S. 
M. H. Laufer, D. D. S. 
F. M. Mains, D. D. S. 
M. C. Manest, D. D. S, 
L. F. Mai mi s. I). D. S. 
R. C. Need. D. D. S. 
W. M. Nil m ii. D. D. S. 



Visiting Dental Surgeons 

P. P. Palermo, D. D. S. 
D. Petebsox, D. D. S. 
R. PbOWELL, D. D. S. 

M. Peyton, D. D. S. 

D. V. RlTTENEB, D, D. S. 

G. 0. Rosado, D. D. S. 

SEE, D. D. S. 
J. Skei.ic. D. D.-S. 
A. D, Smith. D. D. S. 
P. E. Smith, D. D. S. 
J. Steckleb, D, D. S. 
J. T.\Mw>nET.i.o. D, D. S. 
Tnoxi-EB. D. D. S. 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 



C, W, Duval, M. D. 



Visiting Pathologists 

A. V. Fmedrichb, M. D. 

W. H. Hakkis, M. D, 



Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

C. G. ECCLES, M. D. II. I. ScIlAT'J'E.VBERG, M. D. 

J. W. WlI-LIAMB, M. D. 



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36 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

REPORT OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 

August 17, 1934. 
His Excellency, Oscar K. Allen, 

Governor of the State of Louisiana and Ex-Offlelo President, 
Beard of Administrators of the Charity Hospiwil. 
Daton Rouge, Louisiana. 

Dear Governor: 

Another year has passed. It has seen in so far as we are concerned, 
its hopes, fears and rumors. In presenting an annual report of an institu- 
tion of such magnitude and importance, with activities as Car res 
the Charity Hospital, it is possible only briefly, to call attention to 
ters of general Interest. This t shall attempt. 

The divisional activities during 1933, were continued along 
methods adopted for previous years although they were increased In an 
and improved In quality. The detailed activities and illuminati 
concerning the various departments will be presented in statistical form 
In the Superintendent's, Dr. Vidrine's, report and those of department 
heads. There is perhaps, no one institution, which during the past one 
hundred or more years, has played a larger part in the life of this com- 
munity, than has the Charity Hospital. No institution in our Stat, 
a position of greater importance or greater responsibility than the Ch 
Hospital at New Orieans. The Hospital's history is that of humanitarian 
services rendered thousands and thousands of unfortunate indigent, sick 
and Injured; alleviating pain, restoring health and conserving life. 

We are operating at a lower per capita cost than any other general 
hospital in the Country. This report covers the year of greatest anxiety 
of onr administration, and, notwithstanding the adverse conditions undi f 
which we have functioned and the enormous increased volume of service, 
it Is gratifying to report that we have made substantial progress. As- 
suredly we have had a very successful year. With the loyal co-operation 
of the members of our Board of Administrators and the entire personnel 
of this great institution, we have been able to close the year practically 
without a deficit. 

Each year brings a greater appreciation of the growth of the Hos- 
pital, not only In the size of the physical plant and the greater numlier 
of patients, but in its divisional activities,— newer and more thorough 
methods of diagnosis, the use of new remedies and new instrumen 
all of which entails a larger personnel, which naturally necessitates in- 
creased cost of operation. 

Never In the history of the Charity Hospital have we faced a situa- 
tion as serious as that through which we have gone during 1933 and are 
stilt experiencing today! The public hospitals everywhere are struggling 
to meet the enormous load placed upon them, and our Charity Hospital 
id no exception. 

The over-crowded condition of the Charity Hospital has been and still 
Is a great unsolved problem* Some aspects of this problem are old 
some are new. The tremendous numerical growth of patients In the 
Charity Hospital in the past few years and more especially in the past 



VICE-PRESIDENT'S REPORT 37 



year, has created a condition of much concern. The past year particularly, 
many families have been struggling under handicaps ol illness and pro- 
longed unemployment. We are called upon to minister to the physical 
and mental needs of whipped, embittered, helpless men, women and chil- 
dren. These uuforturiate persons are trembling on the brink of physical 
and mental collapse after four terrible years of unemployment, dependency 
and deprivation. They are now sick and suffering. It is our duty lo 
help them back to normalcy. 

"We might here clarify some points regarding the over-crowding of 
the Charity Hospital. Hospitalization was formerly considered a thing of 
dread,— the hospital a place in which to die. This Idea has passed, and 
today, the modern hospital has instead become the safe haven of Hie 
afflicted. The education of the masses by the Medical Profession, calling 
attention to the vital importance of frequent medical examinations, thereby 
resulting in the earliest recognition of disease, is an important point to 
consider in the discussion of the reasons for the much talked of over- 
crowded conditions of our hospital. The increased population oC our 
State and the mounting cost of private hospitals, are other factors that 
are directly concerned with our increased population. To these, we must 
add the economic plight of so many of our citizens, and the ever increas- 
ing confidence in the services rendered by the Hospital. Hospital abuse 
has been minimized, and we can safely say as a result of absolute knowl- 
edge of facts, that abuse in our institution is much less than that in any 
other large public hospital in the Country. It was gratifying indeed to 
that the local Medical Society, after much investigation, was able to 
present only a paltry few cases, many of which were innocent of alleged 
hospital abuse. 

Although great strides have been made in the many arms of hospital 
administration, organization and departmental functions, there still re- 
main many important problems that continue to challenge our Governor 
and our Legislature, This situation is not wholly new, but is the catas- 
trophic climax of a chronically unsound condition, resulting from our old, 
worn-out, so called "hospital buildings". It is inevitable, therefore, that 
various needs are at last becoming insistent and most urgent. After con- 
siderable discussion and careful investigation, It was the opinion of the 
Board of Administrators that an entire new, modern hospital plant of 
sufficient size, to properly house, protect and. maintain standards of effi- 
ciency and render humanitarian services to our poor sick and injured 
is needed. Moved by such sentiments, the Board of Administrators has 
boldly faced organizations and individuals who were painfully distressed 
by tlie Hospital's authorities desiring a modern, better and larger hospital 
plant. We trust that we are not presumptious in believing that we are 
competent and best qualified to judge the conditions of the physical plant 
and the more urgent needs of our Hospital. It seems that the prudence 
and experience of the members of the Board of Administrators and their 
methods of administration should suffice for the solution of Hospital 
problems. After twelve months of observation and study, the Board of 
Administrators was brought face to face with the honest truth concerning 
thn critical situation, and a most important decision to replace the 
Hospital, based upon the advice of competent engineers and architects, 
was reached. 

With reference to the budget, the Secretary-Treasurer's report covers 



38 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



all expenses incurred Tor operating the Hospital since our last annual 
import. The Board of Administrators deeply appreciates the prevailing 
financial and business crisis and the shrunken incomes throughout the 
State, and have willingly, faithfully and persistently, and we trust, 
ciently, carried on the humanitarian ministrations to the indigent sick 
Injured. We have made every effort to admlnistr mds euti ; 

to us wisely and economically, avoiding running Into a difficult 
si [nation. 

Considerable all around progress has been made, an unusually large 
amount of repair was necessary, and it is gratifying to report the var 
departments have functioned in a most efficient manner. Impt 

worthy of note are; The Lapeyre-Mlltenberger Home for Com 
cents, establishment of the Oscar K. Allen Cancer Clinic and the Cat 
Clink. 

On tin evening of November 7, 1933, a large number of lh< 
guisued Prelates of the United States, the Clergy of this Dioce*. 
of Charity from various sections of the Country, as well a us of 

many communities, hospital officials, doctors, nurses, and an imit 
multitude of friends and well wishers, assembled to congratulate Sister 
Stanislaus, on ihe occasion of the Golden Jubilee of her Sisterhood 

humanitarian .services iti the Charity Hos 
that it the decision bad rested wilh Sister Stanislaus herself, 
have preferred that the event be passed over in silence. The Friend 
Counsellor of the Charity Hospital for fifty years; There is no pit: 
human misery and affliction for which she does not provide solu- 
tion. From the cradle to the grave she has been a nursing mother, The 
Charity Hospital owes her an unpayable debt. Thousands of details and 
ulties have been overcome by her wise guidance, eJ and 

masterly understanding of hospital organization and management, 

iioo] of Nursing during the year 1933-34, has contini: 
maintain Its high standards of education, and is gradually incre 
graduate staff, whereby the nursing service to the patient will be stabi 
and teaching more effectively carried out for the pupil nurse. 1: 

-j are an indispensable essential of successful hospital manage] 

We are fortunate in having a Social Service Department which St ■ 
to maintain a proper balance between real charity work and the ess. 
interests Of the Hospital. The many activities of the Department and 
the valuable services it has rendered the community and State, have 
tremendously appreciated, and rightly so, as they have 

beneficial. The consistent expansion and the position of leadership 
assumed by our Social Service Department, have been the resull 
sound management, thoughtful planning, intelligent and dependable sei 

The Out-Patient Department, under the leadership of its able Director, 
continues its active and invaluable participation in Hospital service. The 
number of patients visting the Out-Patient Department has increased 
siderably, and is now one of the largest in this Con tiny. The past 
has been one of the most demanding in the history of the work, but jit 
fairness, sound economy of this department, and the Immense popu! 
of the clinics furnished indisputable evidence of their necessity, and the 
humanitarian services rendered has made it a benediction to those unfor 
tunate Indigent sick and Injured of our State. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS REPORT 3H 



Out* of the most important activities of any hospital is its dietetic 
department, where diets are worked out for every kind of case, to meet 
every dietary need of the Profession of Medicine, involving exceedingly 
complex and most important problems, requiring three hundred sixty-five 
ar of service and practically concerning every one in the Hospital. 
Normal individuals arc hard to please, abnormal humanity is almost im- 
possible to please. That it is by the great knowledge, scientific training 
and practical experience of the Director in every phase of Dietotherapy 
that this Department has been a decided asset to the Hospital is un- 
questionable, 

Sri- r • been progressing with extraordinary rapidity on the one 

hand, and the increasing number of patients In the Charity Hospital on 
the other hand, have made greater demands upon the Department of 
Laboratories, taxing them to their utmost capacity in fulfilling its mani- 
Appreciating that Internal Medicine is becoming more de- 
nt upon the fundamental sciences of physiology, pathology, bacterid I- 
and biochemistry, and that the Hospital statistics indicate sijice our 
:mnual report a tremendous and continuing increase in the volume 
of work thereby placing a further burden on the laboratory field Ot 
medicine, more than any other Department, it cannot be too often or loo 
he to our attention and most earnest consideration, how 
nanifoltl duties, activities, complex problems and far reaching ministra- 
of the various branches of Medical Science are intimately united 
boralories. No department in the institution is deserving of 
more careful study by those who are interested in the Charity Hospital's 
organization and management. 

The Histers of Charity are always concerned with the problems of 
effective and economical services for our State, and the personal supervi- 
sed to some of the most important departments of our Hospital 
Ion. The assistance and skillful ministration to the indigent, 
and injured within the walls of this great institution of Mer. 
this army of noble humanitarians, whose benevolent labors in the truly 
Samaritan direction of the Charity Hospital excite our appreciation and 
admiration. This noble work is alike to Jew and Gentile. No regard is 
er race or creed, the only qualification being too appar- 
ent, namely, medical and surgical need, necessity and adversity, all dune 
i:t personal benefit, quietly and generously. We wish for them the 
Ings which are the reward of Christian Charity, 

The Board of Administrators wishes to record its appreciation and 
gratitude of the sustained interest of the Visiting and House Starts, the 
Medical Advisory Committee, the members of the Nursing, Hospital 
i History and Record Committees, and to all Heads of Depart, 
s. Nurses, Internes, Social Workers and employees of the Hospital, 
efforts and loyalty have meant much to the success of the Insti- 
tution. 

It is fitting that we should mention the painstaking attention given 
to the Charity Hospital's affairs hy the Needlework Guild. These loyal 
women have worked conscientiously, efficiently and cheerfully, giving 
hours of faithful service without thought of self or personal gain, 
a real service to charity that has developed into one of the most 
valuable and effective In the institution. Theirs has been a monumental 
work of mercy, in which every one of the great army who has contributed 



*> CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



may take deep pride. The Board of Administrators hereby expresses its 
appreciation and gratitude to the many noble women who have again 
made possible this beneficent work in the magnificent spirit of trui' charity. 

We acknowledge our appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Arthur Vidrine, 
Superintendent of Charity Hospital. He has clung steadfastly to the prin- 
ciples of fair, clean and progressive Hospital administration. He has n 
been afraid to take a stand or support constructive measures In hospital 
affairs. This has won for him the friendship and admiration of the 
members of the Board of Administrators, the entire Hospital personnel, as 
well as the public at large. 

Mr. Fred W. Matthews has seri'ed the Hospital as Secretary-Treasurer 
wlrh a fidelity and competency that cannot be too highly praised; his 
knowledge Of the requirements of his office is unsurpassed. 

We have again the pleasant fluty of expressing our gratitude and 
appreciation to all those who have aided us to cheer, comfort and make 

our patients, and to all who have contributed in any way in 
clothing, books, etc., and to the Clergymen of all Denominations who 
responded to the many calls In the Interest of our sick. 

We desire to thank the. Governor and members of the Legislature 
the time and assistance given the Hospital and for its means of support. 

A note of sadness guides my pen while we refer to the death of one 
of our Sisters of Charity. For forty-six years. Sister Cecelia had served 
the hospital faithfully. Our Institution and humanity in general has sus- 
tained a great loss by the death ot this good Sister. 

Tt has been the misfortune of the Hospital to lose by death Dr. Farrar 
G. Patton, who at an earlier period served the Hospital faithCully 
visiting physician and teacher, and for many years as Regis! i 
Pattou was not only a distinguished member of the Medical Frofr, 
whose skill and long devotion were of high honor and Incalculable eei 
to our Hospital, but a man of warm heart, kind spirit and such gracious 
character that he enjoyed the respect of the entire community, and the 
love and affection of those with whom he came into personal con' 

The past year has been a busy one. Working under unprecedeu 
difficulties, extra burdens and trying problems had to be met. The Board 
of Administrators, fully conscious of the importance of the manage; 
of the Hospital, and caring for its material welfare, held many extra i 

independent ot its regular monthly meeting. This necessitated the 
lice of tremendous amounts ot time. 

It is a pleasure to state my indebtedness to those who have helped 
me. I am especially grateful to my colleagues on the Board of Adm: 
trators, and pay hiph tribute to their unfailing loyalty, co-operation, Bplen- 
did spirit and wise counsel in maintaining our great institution ot m 
as an officially rated Grade A Hospital. 

Yours respectfully, 

GEO. S. BEL, M. D., 
Vice-President, Board of Admimstrm 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



41 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



July 1, 1934. 
To the Honorable Board of Administrators, 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana, 
New Orleans, La. 

Gentlemen: 

In order to conform with all other Slate Departments our fiscal year 
was changed from the calendar year to the twelve months yearly period 
beginning July 1st. This report therefore, sums up the hospital's activities 
for 1933 and includes the statistical reports for the first six months of the 
year 1934. 

At the close of this period I am deeply Impressed with four important 
accomplishments: 

1— The examination and treatment of an increased number of patients 
shown in the tabulations which follow. 

2 — A continued decrease in death rate, — the hospital's death rate 
now being 33j^% less than it was in 1927. Comparative figures are 
tabulated below. 

3— A continued low per capita cost in spite of increased prices of all 
commodities. 

4 — The hospital operated within its budget for the second time in over 
sixteen years,— ending the year 1933 with a balance of $2,691.15. 
The first time in sixteen years that Charity Hospital lived within 
its income was in 1932 when the year ended with a $462.63 balance. 

IN-DOOR SERVICE 





1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


Admissions 


28,963 


31 ,363 


35.S33 


42,636 


45,483 


48,077 


55,137 


Hospital Days 


470,728 


511,408 


590,452 


649,350 


767,261 


797,766 


769,803 


Discharges 


26,363 


28,633 


33,393 


39,669 


42,371 


45,200 


51,793 


Per Capita Cost 


* 1.74 


$ 1.70 


* 1.58 


* 1.53 


$ 1.38 


$ 1.31 


$ 142 


Death Rate 

(average net) 


3.8% 


3-7% 


3.2% 


3.0% 


2.8% 


2.7% 


2.6% 


OUT-PATIENT CLINICS 




1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


No. of Visits 


229,400 


260,054 


282,378 


276,462 


318,735 


349,038 


402,221 



It is noted in the foregoing table that the per capita cost increased 
during the past year to $1.42. Investigation revealed that -this was due to 
used prices of food, hospital supplies, and all other materials. 



42 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



When we consider the increased activities which are required in caring 
tor patients, the new and Improved methods of examination and treat- 
ment, the more intensive study of each patient now required, the necessary- 
research and teaching functions of the modern hospital, we are proud that 
iierated within our income for the past two years. 

It is evident that the demands made on the Charity Hospital are e 
increasing as our report* show that 30,024 patients were admitted during 
the first six months of this year which seems lo indicate that the admis- 
sions for the year 1934 will be over 60,000. 

The daily average number of indoor patients for the first ^ix months 
of 1934 was 2452 as compared to an average of 1958 for the firsl 
monlh of 1 333. For June 1934 the daily average was 2741 which is the 
largest daily average ever established for any monthly period in the ho* 
history. 

We are well aware of the tremendous activities in recent years of the 
Federal Government, social agencies and other national organizations, 
towards proper care of obstetrical cases, the preservation of health in chil 
i be treatment of cancer, and waging war on venereal diseases and 
their complications and sequelae. These matters all have an impo. 
bearing on the future health of our commonwealth and I therefore, take 
pleasure in quoting our statistics, which show the increased activities ot 
Charity Hospital along these lines: 



MATERNITY CASES 
IN DOOR SERVICES 





1927 


1 928 


1929 


L930 


1931 


1932 


1 933 


Number Admitted- 


1,508 


1.703 


1.779 


2,072 


2,. 529 


3.266 


3,453 


OUT-PATIENT CLINICS 




1927 


1928 


1 929 


1 930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


Total No. of Visits. 


6,689 


8,497 


9,244 


10,179 


12,044 


13. 853 


16,048 


PEDIATRICS 
OUT-PATIENT CLINICS 




1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


i •:>;;:; 


Total No. of Visits. 


s.479 


11,669 


12,365 


13,910 


18,955 


22.348 


26,251 



Ward cases of pediatries are carried under "General Medicial Division" 
in our Record Room and the figures are therefore not available. 

The "Well-Baby Clinic" which was established in 1932 has becon* 
permanent fixture in our Hospital. Its purpose is to teach the m<.: 
child hygiene and infant feeding. It is enthusiastically attended by both 
white and colored. The results are stronger and healthier babies and the 
prevention of malnutrition and that dreadful condition known as "rick 



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43 



VENEREAL DISEASES 
OUTPATIENT CLINICS 




1 5127 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


No. Treatments 


30,771 


37,752 


38,425 


37.277 


48,434 


61 ,525 


7-1,631 



Ward cases of venereal diseases are usually seriously complicated and 
berefore assigned to general medical, surgical, or gynecological divi- 
sions, according to the nature of their complications. Furthermore, tli« 
cases assigned to the genito-urinary wards are not all venereal cases. 
Some, for instance, are renal calculi and other various conditions of the 
genito-urinary tract. Therefore, it would be very difficult to tabulate 
separately the ''indoor" venereal eases. 

However, the cases that constitute a menace to the public and those 

ral Government and other agencies are particularly anxious 

in treat efficiently are the "out-patient'' ambulatory, or clinic cases. It 

is by their possible contacts with others that such cases constitute present 

sources of infection. 

Realizing the unusual importance o£ the venereal diseases clinic insofar 
ibllc health of the state is concerned, we. started a complete re- 
organiaalion of this clinic in 1931 and finally perfected it with an effi- 
cient "follow-up system" in 1932. This was no easy matter considering 
the different classes ot patients attending this clinic. Our system con- 
of education, efficient treatment, kindness, encouragement, and a 
"follow-up"' instead of coercion and lack of sympathy for and inter- 
est in the pati 

What has been the result? 74,631 treatments were administered In 
1933 as compared to 30,771 in 1927, as well as a tremendous increase 
over 1931 and a substantial increase in 1932. Does this mean that there 
more cases of venereal diseases in 1933 than in 1931 and 1932? Not 
at all. But it does mean that we are getting the cases to the clinics ami 
that under our present system they are willing to and are continuing 
tin ir treatment until cured. 

I am reliably informed that our syphilis clinic is the largest in the 
d States. We are pleased with this fact because we know that it 
does not mean that we have more syphilis here than elsewhere, but 
e more successful in getting our cases to the clinics than other 

and states. 

CANCER CASES 



Number of X-Ray Treatments Given. 



1927 



769 



1932 



6,975 



1933 



11.924 



rnoer in ^i--c<»j * — : : . 

"The above tabulation does not show the purely surgical and radium 
cases since such cases are assigned to the medical, surgical, gynecological, 
1 other divisions. It does however, clearly show the tremendous in- 
crease in our activities in the treatment of cancer. This is again a ease 
* getting the cancer patients to the hospital for treatment. We do Dot 
,-e that there were many more cases of cancer In 1933 than in 
threat an increase In 1933 over 1927 as the figures would lead some 
believe. We are using the same system of education, eneourttgement, 
efficient treatment, and "follow-up" that was instituted in the Venereal 
CliniCB. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL-1933 



The results obtained, from the viewpoint of attendance and scientific 
achievements, have been far beyond expectation. 

The Hospital has also, during the past year, established a tumor clinic, 
organized along the requirements prescribed by the American College of 
Surgeons, the American Medical Association, and the American Society 
tor the Control of Cancer. It was named in honor of the present Gover- 
nor of the state, who has, at all times, so well provided for the Charity 
Hospital, and who has always shown keen interest in the cancer problem, — 
far beyond that which could be expected of a layman. This clinic Is, 
therefore, known as the Oscar Allen Tumor Clinic. It is staffed 
group of outstanding specialists. Its purposes are early diagnosis and 
efficient treatment of cancer eases as well as research In the various 
phases of the cancer problem. It is an accepted fact, throughout the 
whole medical world, that during its early stages a large percentage of 
cancer can be cured. Therefore, an early diagnosis is essential to success- 
ful treatment. Our tumor clinic seeks to accomplish exactly that. Be- 
sides, everybody knows that the cause of cancer is unknown and that the 
best methods of treatment are still rather unsettled, is it not po?; 
therefore, that in the handling of numerous cancer cases daily some ol 
rations and researches might be recorded that will be of value to the 
entire medical world? 

Further increased activities In other departments can be readily 
shown by the following table: 





1987 


1932 


1 933 


Pathological Dcpt., No examinations 


84,783 


185,164 


223,045 


X Ray Dcpt., No. of Plates_ 


36,221 


49,107 


50,566 


Pharmacy Dept., No. of Prescriptions Filled.. 


128,104 


176,095 


185,58! 


Physio-Therapy Dept., No. Treatments Given. 


19,234 


42,275 


44,820 


Social Service Dept., No. of Services Given 


Approx. 
3,500 


17,758 


23,108 


Operating Rooms, No. Operations Performed. ^ 


1 2 , 856 


24,688 


26,099 


Laundry, No. Pieces Laundered. __ 


4,170,571 


7,837,396 


8,730,810 




Engineering Dept.. No. Calls for Repairs 


8,432 


12,200 


11,265 



In order to relieve the overcrowded condition of the morning efh, 
during the past year, the following new clinics were added to the lis 
afternoon clinics already in existence: 

1— Tumor Clinic 

2— Arthritis Clinic 

3— Varicose Vein Clinic 

4— Metabolic Clinic 

5— Post-partum and Endocrine Clinic 

6— Dental Clinic (HouBe) 

In order to assist some of our graduate nurses during; these times of 
depression we have employed many of them at lowered salaries throughout 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 45 



the hospital and clinics. Additionally, wherever special nurses are re- 
quired they are placed on eight hour duty shifts allowing three nurses to 
obtain work where only two were formerly used. This was accomplished 
without additional cost to the hospital or the patient's friends and relatives 
who so generously contribute at times to special nursing service. 

An event of note during the past year was the celebration of the 
Golden Jubilee of Sister Stanislaus, who Is the Directress of the thirty- 
five Sisters of Charity, in charge of the nursing, out-patient clinics, di- 
etetic and house-keeping departments at Charity Hospital. Sister Stanifi 
laus is a graduate nurse and has served the State of Louisiana at Charity 
Hospital for a period of fifty consecutive years without one cent of salary. 
The state owes her a debt of gratitude, and it waB indeed befitting that 

lioard of Administrators of Charity Hospital, in commemorating the 
fiftieth anniversary of her service to the hospital, installed a bronze tablet 
in the hall of the main building with the following inscription: 

THE BOARD OP ADMINISTRATORS OF 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ON NOVEMBER SEVENTH NINETEEN HUNDRED . THIRTY-THREE 

AS A SLIGHT TOKEN OF ESTEEM AND ADMIRATION FOR 

SISTER STANISLAUS 

ERECTS THIS MEMORIAL TABLET IN COMMEMORATION OF HER 

IETH ANNIVERSARY OF DEVOTED SERVICES TO THE SICK 

AND INDIGENT 

PHILOSOPHER, SAGE, COUNSELLOR, MASTER NURSE AND 

TRUE SISTER OF CHARITY 

HER INFLUENCE HAS MEANT MUCH TO THE SUCCESSFUL 

OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THIS INSTITUTION 

Among the physical Improvements during the past year may be men- 
tioned the following: 

unpletion of the Lapeyre-Miltenberger Convalescent Home. 
The first floor of this building is occupied by the Physio-Therapy De- 
partment which is one of the most modernly equipped in the country. 
On the sixth floor are located two modern plaster rooms. All the 
stores of this building are especfaliy adapted to serve the purposes 
to which the donation was intended, 

2— AH three ambulances have been rebuilt and the motors put in first 

class condition. 
3 — Four new trucks were purchased, 
4 New roofs were placed on the old power house, carpenter shop, paint 

shop, and porches of the Colored Male Building. 

5 All elevators were overhauled and new cables installed. 

5_The bark yard, bounded by the Main Rullding, Store Room, Colored 

Female Building, and the Miles Amphitheatre, was paved. 
7 — New fire hoses were installed throughout the hospital, 
{i The foundations of all buildings were exposed and thoroughly 

examined, 
g A new dish-washer was purchased for the Milliken Kitchen. 



4e CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



10— A new fifty-gallon steam jacketed kettle was installed In the Main 
Kitchen. 

11— Extensive repairs were made to the Nurses' Dining Room. 

12- A new ;iiiin:al house was constructed. 

13— A new operating table for the Delgado Amphitheatre was purchased. 

14 — A new portable X-Ray machine was placed in service. 

15 — The Dental Clinic was rearranged. 

16 -New equipment, instruments and X-Ray machine were purchased Cor 
and installed in the Dental Clinic. 

rhfl Charity Hospital Cemetery was graded; a new roadway construct- 
ed and a proper drainage system installed. A new steel fence is 

iig erected, and plans for an ornamental entrance on Canal Str 
have been completed, and same will shortly he erected. 

Our needs are really too many to be enumerated. They mav 
summed up in the ABSOLUTE NECESSITY FOR AN ENTIRELY NEW 
HOSPITAL PLANT, including out-patienl clinics, nurses' home, ambu- 
lance house, laundry, Ice plant, centralized kitchen, etc. The pur 
of this new plant should be not only the replacement of the present old, 
dilapidated and dangerous buildings, but any new construction should be 
sufficient to ad< meet, for a reasonable number of years, the 

increasing demands made on the Charity Hospital. 

■ This recommendation is exactly the same that I made in 1932,- 

recommendation is an entire new hospital plant it must nlso lx> 

remembered that the present buildings cannot last forever. Sufficient 
:■• can be saved on maintenance, repairs, replacements, and 
ticy of operation to pay for a new plant Inside of a limited hu 
of years. This problem is now facing the state and t would be derell 
my duty if I did not make it known to its people and Its officials." 

To Governor Allen and the Board of Administrators, 1 am greatly 
tor the support, encouragement, and wise counsel so gracl 
me at all times. I am also grateful to the entire staff for II 
ance in concluding another year of successful administration of the 
Hospital during these trying times of Increased demands and under the 
tremendous handicap of an entirely inadequate plant. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR VIDRINE. M. D., 

Superintendent. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL- 1933 



47 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



To the Board of Administrators, Charity Hospital, 

New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Gentlemen: 

Herewith I submit to you my report for the year 1933: 

BED CAPACITY 

White Male 

White Female . , 

Colored Male 

Colored Female 

Children. . - 



534 

254 
294 

2 K 1 



Total -1S14 



Genera] .Medical.. - - 

Pediatrics __.. 

Neuropsychiatry 

Dermatology 

Contagious Diseases 

Tuberculosis .--- - 

General Surgical. - 

Gynecology 

Urology 

Obstetrics ...... 

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat... 

Orthopedics 

Fractures 



White 
U> 
79 
43 
16 
49 
284 

300 

rn 

42 

29 
52 



Colored Total 
107 249 



55 
23 
4 
11 
37 
141 
82 
54 
37 
33 
28 
17 



66 
20 

60 

321 

441 

157 

96 

75 

69 

57 

69 



Total-.- 1,814 



Remaining at beginning of year 

Admissions • 

Total Indoor Patients 

Daily Average - 

Remaining at end of year.. 

Accident Cases — . . -. 

Total Hospital Days.- 

Per Capita Cost 

Out-door Clinics — Consultations. _ 

Out-door Clinics — New Cases. 

Ambulance Calls. - 

Average Time, Ambulance Calls, Minutes 

Discharged - -- 

Died. - - 

Average Gross Death Rate, percent 

Died within 36 hours of Admission 

Average Net death rate per cent after deducting above 

Average Time (Days) Per Patient in Hospital 

Deaths from Tuberculosis 

Deaths from Bright's Disease.. _ 

Deaths from Organic Heart Disease. 

Deaths from Poison, Accidents, etc 

Percentage of deaths from Incurable Diseases 

Cases reported to Coroner.. 



. 1 , 46S 
. 55,437 
- 56.905 
. 2,108+ 
. 2.01 1) 
. 36,012 
.709,503 

S1.428 
.402,221 
,790 
,461 
25 
,793 
3,022 
3.7 
s<H 
2.8 
13 5 
293 
Si 
374 
260 

33.35 + 
634 



56, 
5. 

51, 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

To the Board of Administrators. Charity Hospital, 

New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Gentlemen: 

Herewith I submit to you my report for the period, January 1st, 1934, 
through June 30th, 1934. 

BED CAPACITY 

White Male _ ." 

White Female ._ 532 

Colored Male 254 

Colored Female _ _ _ 

Children 200 

Total I SI 4 

White Colored Total 

General Medical 142 107 

Pediatrics 79 55 134 

Neuropsychiatry 43 23 66 

Dermatology Hi 4 20 

Contagious Diseases 49 11 00 

Tuberculosis. 284 37 321 

General Surgery 300 141 441 

Gynecology _-_ 75 82 157 

Urology 42 54 96 

Obstetrics 38 37 75 

Eye. Ear, Nose an rl Throat 36 33 69 

Orthopedics 29 28 57 

Fractures 52 17 

Total 1,814 

Remaining at ending of year 1933 2,019 

Admissions January 1, 1934, through June 30, 1934 30.024 

Total Indoor Patients •_ 32,043 

Daily Average 2,453 

Remaining at end of June, 1934 2,679 

Accident Cases 18,255 

Out-Door Clinics — Consultations __ 206 , 560 

Out-Door Clinics— New Cases. 27,715 

Ambulance Calls 2,779 

Average Time, Ambulance Calls, Minutes ... 26 + 

Discharged 27 

Died ! 

Average Gross Death Rate, per cent 3.4 

Died within 36 hours of admission 423 

Average Net Death Rate, per cent after deducting above 2.4 

Deaths from Tuberculosis 117 

Deaths from Bright's Disease 42 

Deaths from Organic Heart Disease 213 

Deaths from Poison, Accidents, etc 125 

Percentage of deaths from Incurable Diseases 32 

Cases reported to Coroner 249 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



To the Board of Administrators, 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana, 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Gentlemen: 

I respectfully submit below a summary of receipts and disbursements for the periods- 
January 1st. 1933. to December 31st, 1933, and 
January 1st, 1934, to June 30tb, 1934, 
and oil the pages following, detailed statements. 

This is in conformity with resolution of the Board at meeting March 19th, 1934, to-wit: 

That the fiscal year of the Hospital, which heretofore has been the calendar 
year, be changed to the State's fiscal year, beginning July 1st, and ending 
June 30th. For many reasons, this would save much confusion and facilitate 
the work of the different departments." 

GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT 
January 1st, 1933 to December 31st, 1933 



July 1st. 1934. 



DISBURSEMENTS 


GROSS 


CURRENT 


OPERATING 


SURPLUS 

AND 
DEFICIT 


Administrative Expenses 


* 109.973.48 
588,053.62 
363,619.18 
186,720.91 


$ 96,295.66 
586,042.56 
362,873.96 
180,425,47 


* 95,732.54 
585,5(55.29 
364,849,97 
168,104.06 


$ 96.295,56 
586,042.56 
362,873.96 
180,425.47 


Professional Care of Patients 


Department Expenses . 


General House and Property Expenses.. 


Joe Waiters rent charged off. 


1.225,637,55 

275 00 


L. S. U. Medical Center — balance 








3 358 48 


Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund — balance 








2 615 03 


Net gain on re-investments _ 








195 00 


Cash Balance close of year „ . . 


2,691.15 


2,691 ,15 






Surplus close of year _ 


9.851.04 


9 851 04 












S 1,261.058.34 


J 1,228,328.70 


S 1,224,102.90 


C 1,241 ,932, to 



RECEIPTS 



Appropriations: 

State of Louisiana 

City of New Orleans to Social Service Department. 

Fees authorized by the Legislature 

Fees authorized by the Board of Administrators .. 

Income from other sources 



Union Indemnity Claim 

Notes Receivable 

Accounts Payable — Hart Enterprise Elec. Co 

Internes' Library Fund 

Sister Stanislaus Special Account 

Restricted Donations 

Edw. Wisner Donation Advisory Committee 

Lapeyre-Miltenbcrgcr Building 

Insurance Account 

Cash Balance beginning of year — 



GROSS 



$ 1 



153,500.00 

2,025.01 

30,003.72 

16,409.10 

48,657.88 



462.63 



CURRENT 



1,163,500.00 
2.025.01 

29.928.72 
8,991.08 

33.421.2(3 



$ 1,153,000.00 
2,025.01 

29,928.72 
8,991.08 

29,658.09 



462 03 



OPERATING 



I 1,251,058.34$ 1,228,328.70? 1,224,102.90$ 1,241,932,10 



SUBFL.CS 

AND 
DEFICIT 



1,163,500,00 

2,025,01 

29,928.72 

8,991.08 

83,421.26 



1,227,866.07 

515.18 

5,004.20 

789.00 

281.08 

707.28 

55.00 

5.10 

4,498,95 

2,210.24 



January 1st 1934, to June 30th, 1934 








DISBURSEMENTS 


GROSS 


CCBRENT 


OPBBATINO 


SURPLUS 

AND 
DEFICIT 




$ 49,792.29 
316,529,42 
197,491.08 
100.018.55 


S 45,217.35 

314,899.43 

197,427.37 

97,571.77 


• 


44,221.43 
314,837.59 
199,059.20 

93.091.51 


$ 45,217.35 




314,899.43 




187,427.87 




97.571.77 




$ 655,115.92 

281.08 










658.77 










7,355.86 










5.10 










905 . «9 










2,000.00 










250.00 










18,683.31 














$ 663,831.34 


S 655.115.92 


t 


651.209.79 


$ 685,255.93 



BECEIPTS 



Appropriations ; 

State of Louisiana 

City of New Orleans to Social Service Department. . 

Fees authorized by the Legislature 

Fees authorized by the Board of Administrators 

Income from other sources 



L. S. U. Medical Center 

Petty Cash Fund Increase 

Hospital Equipment 

Real Estate and Buildings 

Sister Stanislaus Special Account 

Cash Balance beginning of Six Months . 

Cash Overdraft close of Six Months 

Deficit close of Six Months 



590.500.00 

986.87 

20,459.16 

S. 462. 54 
35,818.83 



2,691.16 
4,912.79 



$ 663,831.34 



CUHKENT 



590,500.00 

986 S7 

20,341.66 

4,654.04 

31,029.41 



I 



2,691.15 
4,912.70 



£ 655,116.92 



OPERATING 



590,600.00 

9S0.87 

20,341.66 

4.654.04 

17.045.14 



17,682.08 



suui'i.r.s 

AND 

DEFICIT 



590,500.00 

986.87 

20, 34!. 01) 

4,654.04 

31,029.41 



647,511,98 

345.06 

500.00 

13,705.96 

4,977.35 

533.50 



17,682.08 



651,209.79$ 685.255 93 



Respectfully submitted, 

FRED. W. MATTHEWS, 
Treasurer. 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



51 



TREASU RER'S REPORT 

STATEMENT OF GROSS DISBURSEMENT 
For the Year ending December 31st, 1933, and Six Months ending 

June 30th, 1934 



GENERAL I'L'M) 



Administration Expenses: 

Officers and Clerks — Salaries 

Office Expense 

Stationery, Postage and Printing 

Telephone and Telegraph Salaries 

Telephone and Telegraph Service 

Telephone and Telegraph Long Distance 

Calls... 

Telephone and Telegraph Equipment __ 

Telegrams 

Advertising — -Proposals 

Paid Internes — Insurance Certificates.. 

Federal Taxes — Excise and Process 

Accts. Payable — Hart Enterprise Elec. Co. 

In Mi moriam 

Interest on Bonds.. 

Interest — Time Warrants 

Internes' Library Fund. . 

Investments-- .. . . 

I egal Expenses. . _ 

Fred, W. Matthews, Petty Cash Fund. 

Sister Stanislaus Special Fund 

Travelling Expenses 

Miscellaneous .. 




Professional Cams of Patientb: 

k.sident Staff 

Trained and Special Nurses.. ... 

Pupil Nurses 

Nurses' Graduation Exp. and Equipment. 

Rent for Nurses' Residence 

ird Employees 

edical and Surgical Supplies 

Apparatus and Instruments.. _ 

Drugs and Chemicals 

Biologicals 

Pharmacist and Assistants Salaries 

X-ray Department — Salaries.. . 

X-rav Dept. — Supplies and Equipment 

Record Room — Salaries _ 

Record Room — Supplies and Equipment - 

Out-Patient Department — Salaries 

Electrocardiograph Dept. — Salaries 

Electrocardiograph Dept. — Sup. & Equip.. 
Physical Therapy Den 

Physical Therapy Dept. Sup. & Equip 

Sisters Clothing Account 

Pathological Department Salaries 

Pathological Department Supplies 

Pathological Dept. Apparatus and Inst... 

Pathological Dept. Animals and Feed 

.Social Service Department Salaries. 

Social Service Department Expenses 

Dental Equipment .. 

wectoscope 



d 1,332. 91 

1,232.93 

11,784.5] 

5,167.50 
5,877.99 

718.75 

236.00 

82.71 

28.56 

7,408.02 



789.00 

30.00 

4.17 

,177.99 
191.48 

,805.00 
122.33 

,300.00 
707.28 
841.36 
135,00 



January 1st, 

1934— to 

June 30th, 1934 



11 )!i. 973. 48 

22,828.03 

97,473.30 

22,424.93 

1,559.62 

600.00 

121,779.05 

66,146.62 

17,607.36 

13,798.70 

23,002.30 

7, 151 1. 1 ■>:> 

18,300.15 

21 .035.12 

9,220.89 

790.72 

2ii.793.40 

5,432.30 

276.20 

■1,254.01 

474.39 

6,000.00 

27,681.86 

3,042.65 

490. II 

2s.S85.18 

9,025.21 

2,609.10 

222.19 



26,986.39 

760.64 
5,631.71 
2,610.00 
3. 062. 65 

Htt.62 

7.-, 37 

363.57 



3,808.60 

00.51 



I .090.28 
150.00 



, 1(!2 111 
500. 00 
663.50 

,306.65 
123.50 



49,792.29 

11,562.46 

53,538.78 

7,290.00 

611.88 

300.00 

67,567.94 

30,432.17 

H0.53 

28,661.64 

p., 332. 13 

42.50 

10,375.00 

9,494.23 

4,775.83 

800.65 

-.7.67 

2,689.98 

266.07 

4,381.00 

298.10 

3,000.00 

1 I .279.92 

I ,538.47 

1,09' 

- 57 

15,771 63 

. ss 



588.053.62H 316,5 



52 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 




GENERAL FUND 


1933 


January 1st, 

1934— to 

June 30th, 1934 


Department Expenses: 


I 3,880.52 

2,715.41 

53,229.91 

45,150.90 

25,644.17 

2,47ii 23 

24,633.36 

3,713.38 

6,757.00 
37,216.30 
54,721.28 
13,229.61 
20,968.51 
56,797 lis 

3,262.00 

6,619.00 

2,3- 
221.47 


$ 2,082.50 




1 ,489.61 








26, 11 




1 5, a 




1,631 or 

12.S07.SS 




10 . 1 ."> 


rent's Department: 


2,644.67 




21 ,1, 


Groceries and dinned Goods — 


29,107.36 
t2.94 




1 I , S99 92 


Meat, Poultry and Pish 


30,400.87 
1,906.67 




3,527.90 

1 , 337 50 










Gknxrai House and Fboprot* Expb»« 

Wages— Engineers, Carpenters, Painters 


S 363,619.18 

89,617.36 

20,694.85 

17,796.91 

16,31 

3,657.88 

2,882.11 

299.88 

4,995.15 

525.00 

4,340.14 

762.78 

615.59 

136,27 

801.48 

3,034.43 

1,318.12 

344.95 

254.69 

16.33 

3,470.12 

8,756.93 

5.10 


8 197,491.08 
$ 50,027 7:3 








13,10 








2,161 . 13 




1 ,756 I" I 








3,891 












332.58 










Garbage House and Storage Sheds (New). 
P. D. Animal House and Equipment (New) 






6,0i> 




1,61 




906.77 
10.73 


L S U Medical C 


1,054.05 








24.70 








S 186,720.91 


$ 100,018.55 


Totai* General Fund.. .- 


S 1,248,367.19 


% 663,831.34 






SPECIAL FUND 


25.14 

1.75 


34.58 






Estate Marie Hortense Liimx 






$ 1.015.54 


% 34,58 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



63 



l.AIr-YRE-MILTENBERGER FUND 



1933 



January 1st, 

1934— to 

June 30th, 1934 



Uuilding Contracts 

Furnishings 

Equipment 

Taxes — Florida Land 

Trustees Fees 

Federal Taxes 

Total Lapeths-Miltenbeboer Ftjnd_. 

INSURANCE FUND 
Paid Eddie Thompson.. __ 

Tqtal Diss ohsemk nts all Funds 



316,736.44 

20,283.74 

7, 439.00 

4.53 

131.02 

.30 



344,595.63 



3,702 .",7 

3,031.00 

922.29 



ul.08 
.06 



7,717.30 



404.lt'. 



I 1,594,382,82 



(171 ,583.52 



M 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



STATEMENT OF GROSS RECEIPTS 

For the Year ending December 31st, 1933 and Six Months ending 

June 30th, 1934 



GENERAL FUND 



1/1/33 

to 

12/31/33 



1/1/34 

to 
0/30/34 



State At'l-RnriUATiuv: 

Act No. 12 o[ 1932 for support and main- 
tenance.. _ 

City of New Orleans to Social Service Dept... 

Fees authorized bv Legislative Acts: 

Act No. 12 of 1930— Secretary 

Act No. 53 of 1882 — Auctioneers 

Act No. 120 of 1924 — Compensation 1 
Act No. 230 of 1932— Liability J 

Act No. 324 of 1926— Licenses 

Act No. 87 of 1888 — Live Stock Inspection 

Fees authorized by the Board of Administrators : 

Certificates— Death and Buri;il 

Certificates — Insurance 

Official Undertaker 

Training School 

Hospital Income: 

Donations — unrestricted 

Donations- — restricted 

itions— Gate and Clinic Boxes 

Endowment Fund 

Interest on Deposits - 

Interest on Bonds. 

Interest on Bonds "Prest" 

Insurance 

Investments — Sale of Bonds 

Isaac Dclgado Memorial Fund. 

McBurney Building — Rents 

Milliken Memorial Fund 

Notes Receivable 

Patients — Deceased.. -- 

Rents — 

Wisner Lands— Leases 

Sundry Sales and Refunds: 

Ambulance Supplies 

Apparatus and Instruments 

Auto Service... 

Drugs and Chemicals. 

Groceries. — -- 

Housekeeping Supplies 

Internes' Key Deposits. 

Internes' Library Fund — 

Kitchen Wages — 

Kitchen Supplies. -- 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Building.. 

Laundry Supplies 

Legal Fees 



l,lo;4 ,600 .00 
2.025.01 

36,00 
3,428.63 

4,210.63 
16,308.50 

6,019.96 

93,8.00 

5,250.07 
1,535.00 

577.70 
16.00 

126.00 



226.23 

189.10 

77.53 



2,815 00 

3,785.88 

12,000.00 

2,711.82 



15.00 

S. 307. 39 

686.78 

9.00 

216.39 

4.18 

1,287.26 

258.66 

46.00 

71.25 



404.46 

3.60 

3,043.13 

8.50 



590,500.00 
981 

17.00 

777. 19 

2,845.67 
13,742.50 
3,07 

oIO.oil 
;s.oo 

3, 125. it l 
480.00 

327.00 



L81.18 

250.00 
137 

it; 63 
1,123 



2, Sol. 72 
5,500.00 
1,292.2'.» 
2,000.00 
34.0S 
i , 06 
1,41-3 



3 i . 1 ,i 



l ,264 24 

.') 1 . 60 

12.11 
98.00 



20?d6 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



65 



GENERAL FUND 



1/1/33 
to 
31/33 



1/1/34 

■ to 
6 30 34 



Sundry Sales and Refunds:— (Continued) r 

Light and Power.. 

US. T'. Medical Center 

Machinery and Took 

Meats, Poultry and Fish 

Medical and Surgical Supplies 

New Equipment 

Nurses' Graduation and Equipment. . 

Office Expenses 

Pathological Department — Supplies.. 

Plumbing and Steam Fittings 

Pupil Nurses — Salaries 

Real Estate and Buildings 

Salaries and Wages — General House and 

Property 

Sister Stanislaus Special Fund 

Social Service Salaries 

Social Service Refunds 

Social Service Expenses 

Stationery, Postage and Printing 

Sundry Sales.. __ 

Swill Contract 

Suspense Account 

Till phone Service Commissions 

Telephone Service Long Distance Calls. _ 

Trained and Special Nurses — Salaries 

Treasurer's Petty Cash _ 

X-ray Supplies. __ 

Total General Fund 



.75 

426.45 

.5.53 

15.00 

31 85 



92 50 

145 00 



10.00 
SI .67 

52. IK 

19.75 



40.38 
6,934.57 

"U'M 
349.28 

60.00 

:Si>.lK 

328.80 

477.93 

94.(12 

2,300.00 

166.09 



SPECIAL FUND 
Interest on Bonds 

rest on Deposits 

Campbell Succession.. 

Lieux Succession 

acy Edgar B. Meyer 



Total Special Fund. 



I.aI'EYKK-MILTENBERGER FUND 

Bonds Sold. _ 

Profit on Bonds Sold 

Interest on Bonds 

Interest on Deposits 

Building Account return Premium Insurance.. 

Furnishings Refund 

Florida Land Taxes Refund— 

Payable.. 

Dividends on Stocks 



i, Lapeyre-Miltenbercjer Fund. 



$ 1,250, f^ 71 



3.10 

50.02 

.98 

11.01 



66.31 



25, 622. 00 

K78.0U 

6,662.26 

2, cms.:;.-, 

562.33 

149.00 

2.05 



36,473.98 



1,280.35 



2.50 
30.00 

14.00 

56.50 

6.00 



1 Ii7 
111.12 

88 SB 
120.00 



3,257.98 

si 39 
7.10 

! ;:.s m 

02.00 



138.07 
203 27 



222.54 



S 056,227.40 



18,19 



3.12 

250.00 



271.31 



2,933.75 
5.71 



,86 

4,200.00 
150.00 



7,289.81 



66 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



GENERAL FUND 


1/1/33 
to 
12/31/33 


1/1/34 

to 
6/30/34 


INSURANCE FUND 
Transfer from General Fund 


> 1,800.00 


{ 


Transfer from General Fund — January and 


300.00 
ir> 59 










Total Insurance Fund 


* 1,800.00 


$ 315.59 




Total Receipts from all Sources. .. _ 


» 1,288,936.00 

t 311,903.60 
1,288,936.00 


* 664,104.11 

t 


RECAPITULATION 
Total Balances January 1st, 1933 


Total Receipts to December 31st, 1933 








Total Balance and Receipts 

Total Disbursements to December 31st, 1933. 


* 1 ,600.899.60 
S 1,594,382.82 




Total Balances December 31st, 1933.. _ 


* 6,516.78 




Total Balances January 1st, 1934 . . . 


% 8,516.78 

664,104.11 


Total Receipts to June 30th, 1934 










$ 670,620.89 
671 ,683 


Total Disbursements to June 30th, 1934 








Net Overdraft June 30th, 1934 


f 


GENERAL FUND 

Cash Balance January 1st, 1933. _ 

Cash Receipts to December 31st, 1933 


1 462.03 
1,250,595.71 


Cash Balance and Receipts 

Disbursements to December 31st, 1933 


$ 1,251,058.34 
1,218,367 19 




Cash Balance December 31st, 1933 

Cash Balance January 1st, 1934 


8 2,691.15 


J 2,691.1,-. 
656 


Cash Receipts to June 30th, 1934 








Disbursements to June 30th, 1934. _ ...... 


t 658,918.55 

663,831 






Overdraft June 30th, 1934 


* 4,912.79 


SPECIAL FUND 
Cash Balance January 1st, 1933. 


1 2,646.09 
66.31 


Cash Receipts to December 31st, 1933 




Total Balance and Receipts 

Disbursements to December 31st, 1933. 


$ 2,712.40 
1,015 54 




Cash Balance December 31st, 1933 
Cash Balance January 1st, 1934. 


S 1,696 86 


S 1,68 

271 


Cash Receipts to June 30th, 1934... 








Total Cash Balance and Receipts 


f 1,968.17 
34 . 68 


Disbursements to June 30th, 1934. . 








Cash Balance June 30th, 1031 


1 1.933.59 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



B7 



GENERAL FUND 


1/1/33 
to 
12/31/33 


1/1/84 

to 
6/30/34 


LAPEYRE-MILTENBERGER FUND 
Halance January 1st, 1933- 


$ 308,854.88 
36,473.98 




Receipts to December 31st, 1933 




Total Balance and Receipts . _ 


S 345,328.86 
344,595.63 




Disbursements to December 31st, 1933 




Cash Balance December 31st, 1933 


* 733.23 




Cash Balance January 1st, 1934 


.* 733 23 


Cash Receipts to June 30th, 1934_ _ _ 




7,289.81 








Total Cash Balance and Receipts 


$ 8 023 04 






7 . 7 1 7 . tiO 






Cash Balance June 30th, 1934 


S 305.41 


INSURANCE FUND— (Compensation) 


8 1,800.1)0 
404 46 


Disbursements to December 31st, 1933.. 




Cash Balance December 31st, 1933 


5 1,395 54 






S 1 , 396 G 1 






315 59 


Halance June 30th, 1934_ 




$ 1 711 13 









FRED. W. MATTHEWS, 
Treasurer. 



58 



CHARITY' HOSPITAL— 1833 



STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENSES 

For the Year ending December 31 , 1933, and 

the Six Months ending June 30, 1934 



ADMINISTRATION EXPENSES: 

Salaries — Officers and clerks. 

Office Expense 

Stationery, postage and printing 

Telephone and Telegraph — -salaries 

phone and Telegraph — service 

Advertising — proposals 

Accounts Payable — "Hart" .. 

Federal Taxes 

In Memoriam 

Interest — Time Warrants 

Internes' Library Fund 

Legal expenses. - -. 

Sr. Stanislaus Special Account 

Traveling Expenses 

Treasurer's Petty Cash Fund 



PBOF288IOKAX C.U1E OF PATIENTS: 

Salaries — House Staff — - 

Salaries — Nurses (Graduate and Special), 

Salaries — Nurses (Pupil) 

Nurses' Equipment — 

Nurses' Quarters— Rent — .. 

Ward Employees' wages... -_ 

Medical and surgical supplies 

Biologkals_. 

Apparatus and instruments 

Pharmacy employees' wages 

Drugs and chemicals 

Pathological Department: 

Salaries 

Supplies 

Apparatus and instruments 

Animals and feed 

Social Service: 

Salaries 

Expenses 

X-Ray Department: 

Salaries 

Supplies... _ -- 

Record Room: 

Salaries 

Supplies -- 

Out Patient Department: 

Salaries 

Electrocardiograph Department; 

Salaries 

Supplies — 

Physical Therapy Department: 

Salaries -- 

Supplies — 

Dental equipment. - 

Ne w Rcsectoscope 

Sisters' Clothing Account 



1933 



64,332.91 
1,087.93 

11,710.51 

5,107.50 

6,108.72 

2H . r>i; 

789.00 



30.00 
,177.99 
191.48 
122.32 
707.28 
841.36 



96,295.56 

22,828.03 

97,378.38 

22,343.26 

1,467.12 

600.00 
121,779.05 

65,113 77 
23,002.30 
17,290,97 
7,159.65 
42,511.41 

27.681.86 

3,042.65 

235.22 

496.44 

28, 844, SO 
9,025.24 

18,300.15 
20,869.03 

9,220.89 
790.72 

26,793.40 

5,432.30 
270.20 

4,251.01 
474.39 

2,609.10 
222.11! 

6.000.00 



5MJ.042 56 



1934 



70 4 . 1 -t 
5,624.151 
2,610.00 
3,606.87 



60 51 



1,090 2^ 

52.00 

1.1 42. -in 

3 . 50 

2,30. 

500.00 



15,217.35 

11 ,56 
53.53t-.7s 

7,28 

597.88 

300.00 

67, 557.; i I 

30,429.67 

9.33S 

8,06 

3,915 
21,397.40 

14,279.92 
1,532.47 
1 ,0V 
263. £7 

15, 774.iV,; 
.">,565.99 

10,37 
9.271 .69 

4,77 
800 

26,557.67 

2,68 

266.07 

4,381.00 

293 . 10 



3,000.00 



3 14 ,8! 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



6fi 



11)33 



1934 



Department Expenses: 

Ambulance- drivers' wages 

Ambulance supplies 

Housekeeping wages 

Housekeeping supplies 

Kilchen wages 

Kitchen supplies 

Laundry wages.-. 

Laundry supplies 

Steward's Department: 

Salaries -- 

Milk and cream 

Groceries 

Butter and eggs — 

Fruit and vegetables 

Meat, poultry and fish... 
Bak' 

Wages 

Supplies — ... 

Ice Plant: 

Wages 

Supplies - 



i.Ai, House and Fhofebty Expenses: 
Salaries and Wages— Engineers, Carpen- 
ters, Painters, Mechanics and Laborers 

Light and Power. 

Fuel, oil and waste 

Real estate and building 

Machinery and tools 

Plumbing and steam fitting 

Budget — Improvements and Repairs: 

Ambulance driveway 

Colored dressing rooms 

Garbage house 

Pathological department animal pens 
Pathological department animal pens 

equipment 

Cemetery 

Insurance 

Milliken Building. 

New Equipment 

Rent— I. C. R- R. Vard 

Hospital cars and trucks 

Water treatment supplies 

Delgado Building - 

Lepeyre-Miltenbcrger Convalescent Home 
Louisiana State University Med. Center. 
Milliken Building 



3,880.52 

2,706.41 
53,229.91 
45,104.90 
25,239.71 

2,466.63 
24,633.36 

3,704.88 



6,757.00 
37,216.30 
5 t. 462.62 
13,229.61 
20,968.51 
56,782.68 

3,262.00 
6,619.00 

2,388.45 
221.. 17 



3112,873.96 



89,597.61 
20,C91.1ii 
17,796.91 
16,342. 16 
3,052.32 
2,872.11 

615.59 
136.27 
801.48 

3,0: 



290.89 

4,995.15 
642.87 

4,318.12 
525.00 

4,335.96 
702.78 
344.95 

.".,713.80 

3,043.97 



IMI.425.47 



2,082.50 

1,489.61 
25,434.83 
26,146.14 
15,26 

1,631.97 
12.8U7.ss 

2,810.15 



2,611 .67 

21,664.83 

29,086.78 

7,832.94 

11,899.92 
30,400.87 

1 . 906 . 67 
3,527.90 

1,337.50 



197,427.37 



49,939.38 

?, 876. 38 

13,104.68 

1 1 . 854 . 68 
2,161.13 
1,756.04 



B.B9 
2.75 



6,039.88 



006.60 

332.58 

1 ,613.31 



906.77 



97,571.77 



S 1.225,637 55* 655.116.92 



60 



CHARITY HOSPITAL-1933 



GENERAL FUND 

STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENSES 

For the Year ending December 31st, 1933, and 
the Six Months ending June 30th, 1934 



1083 



1934 



A I'j'KOPBi vno.vs : 

State. - I i 

City Appropriation to Social Service Dcpt 
I'll* Authorized by Legislative Ai :; 
Act No. 12 of 1930 — Secretary's fees. 
Act No. 53 of 1882 — Auctioneer's fees 
No. 126 of 1924 — Compensation fei 

Act No. 230 of 1932— Liability 

Act No. 324 of 1926— Licenses 

Act No. 87 of 1888 — Live Stock Inspi 

I llolillKD BY TUE BOAKD UK ASKIM 

tkators: 

I leatb and Burial Certificates 

Insurance Certificates 

[taker 

Training School Fees 

Hospital Income: 

Donations — unrestricted 

Donations — unrestricted! _ .. . 

Donations— Gate, Clinic and Appreciation 

box. 

Delgado Memorial Fund Trust 

Endowment Fund 

Interest on Deposits 

Interest on Bonds 

Interest on Bonds- — Prest 

Internes' Key Deposit 

Lapayre-Miltenberger Fund 

Louisiana State University Medical Center 
McBurney Building: 

No. 1016-1022 Canal Street— Ret;' 

MQliken Memorial Fund.. 

Net Profit on Bonds Sold 

Notes Receivable 

Patients Deceased .. 

Rents from Other Properties. 

Rents and Royalties — W'isner Lands 

Refunds to Social Service 

Sundry Sales 

Swill— Sale of 

Suspense Account 



HO.OO 
2,025.01 

36.00 

3,428.63 

4,210.63 
16,23 

6,019.96 



938.00 
1,278.01 
5,240.07 
1,535.00 

577.70 
45 00 

128.00 



226.23 

184.93 

77.53 

21.25 



11,98! 

"16765 



15.00 

8,307.39 

680.65 

6,934.57 

349.28 

60.00 

36.18 



$ 1,227,866.07 



590,500.00 

777 

15.67 
13,82 

3,07' 



519 
529 
te. 04 

io.oo 

327.00 



10.00 
137 

2 . 30 

226.30 
1,295 



■2, OHO. 00 
! .06 

1,158, 16 
62.00 



647,511.08 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



01 



OPERATING EXPENSES 
Fop the period from January 1st, 1933 to June 30th, 1934 



GKXKRAL FUND 



1/1/33 

to 

12/31/33 



1/1/34 

to 
6 30/34 



Administration Expenses: 

Salaries — Officers and Clerks 

Office expenses 

Stationery, postage and printing... 

Telephone and telegraph — salaries 

Telephone and telegraph — service 

Advertising— proposals 

Federal taxes 

In Memoriam 

Interest on time warrants.. „ 

Internes' library fund __ 

Investments 

Legal expenses 

Travelling expenses 

Rent — McRurney Bldg. — Joe Walters 



Professional Care of Patients: 

Salaries— Physicians 

Salaries— Nurses (Graduates and Special) 

Salaries— Nurses (Pupils) 

Nurses' equipment _ 

Nurses' quarters — rent 

Ward employees' wages 

idical and surgical supplies 

Biologicals 

Apparatus and instruments 

Pharmacy employees' wages 

Drugs and chemicals 

Pathological: 

Salaries and wages. 

Supplies..- 

Apparatus and instruments 

Animals and feed 

Social Service: 

Salaries 

Expenses 

X Ray Service: 

Salaries.- -- 

Supplies and equipments.. 

Record Room: 

Salaries 

Supplies.. 

Clinics — Out Patient Dept. — Salaries 

Kk-ctrocardiograph Department: 

Salaries - — 

Supplies 

Physical Therapy Department: 

Salaries 

Supplies.. 

Dentalequipment 

New resctosecope 



64,667.35* 

1,469.98, 

11,710.51' 

5 , 1G7 . 50 

0,066.97 

2s. 5li 



30.00 
5,177.99 



185.00 
122.32 
841.36 
276.00 



22.828.03J 

101,756.76 ! 

22,343.26 

1,467.12 

600.00 

121,779.05 

64,989.07( 

23,002.30 

17,284.47 

7.159.65 

42,739.53 

27,681.86 

3,156.98' 

239 . 58 

505.07 

28,844.80 
9,771.53 

18,300.15 
21,005.88 

9,220.89 

790.72 

26,793.40 

5,432.30 
276.20 

4,254.01 
511.89 

2,609.10 
222.19 



26,552.35 
S'H.UN 

5,624.61 
2,610.00 
3,606.87 



00.51 



1,090.28 
333.03 



1,142.40 
2,306.65 



95,732.54* 44.221.4J 



11,562.46 

55,727.97 

7,288.33 

597.88 

300,00 

67,557.94 

30,342.23 

9,332.13 

8,091.22 

3,912.50 

21,518.22 

14,279.92 

1,602.35 

1,091.39 

263,57 

15,774.63 

5,974.94 

10,375.00 
9,3s 

4,775.83 

800.65 

26,557.07 

2,689.98 
266.07 

4,381.00 
384.37 



585,565.29* 314.837.59 



82 



CHARITY Hi >S1MTAL— 1933 



GENERAL V> 



DXPABTKUNT ExPE.\ 

Ambulance drivers' wages 

Ambulance supplies and repair* 

Housekeeping wages 

Housekeeping supplies .... 

Kitchen wages 

Kitchen supplies . 

Laundry wages 

Laundry supplies.. 

Steward's Dept — Salaries and wages 

Bakery wage-, 

Bakery supplies 

Ice Plant wages 

let- Plant supplies 

Milk and cream 

eeries and canned goods 

Butter and eggs __ 

Fruits and vegetables 

Meats, poultry and fish.. .- 



GENERAL HOCSE AND PbOPEKTV ExIVh '■. 

Salaries and Wages — Engineers, Carpen- 
ters, Painters, Mechanics and Laborers. 

Light and power.. 

Fuel, oil and waste. - 

Real Estate and Buildings 

Machinery and tools 

Plumbing and steam fitting.. 

Budget, Improvements and repairs — Am- 
bulance driveway 

Colored Dressing rooms 

Garbage house 

P. D. Animal Pen House 

'. Equipment Animal pens 

Auto service 

Cemetery.. - 

Essex Motor car 

Insurance 

Milliken building. - 

New equipment. 

Rent— I. C. R. R. Yard - 

Trucks 

Yillere Street House 

Water treatment supplies 

Total Operating Expexses 



1/1/33 


1 1 


to 


to 


12/31/33 


6/30/34 


% 3,880.52$ 


2,082.50 


4,649.44 


2, a 


54,202.81 


25,51 


44,991.55 


IS1 .s<> 


25,5(33.99 


16,0 


2,466.53 


;i.97 


24,633.30 


12,807.88 


3,278 Lfi 


■i . :.< 


5,757.00 


94 Y.y 


3,202,00 


1 ,90 


7,940.77 




J8.4a 


1,33 


221.17 




37,052.29 


21,5! 


52,656.87 


28,542.21 


13,158.99 


7,:;; 


20.968.51 


n,v 


56,777.27 


km. 87 


3 364,84'- 


199,05" 


83,585., 




20,694.10 




15. 


11,912 82 


14,522.95 


■1 . 92 


3,652.32 


2,16 


2 --17.89; 


"><3 . 04 


615.59!-- 




136.87 


950.04 _.. 


2,431.81 


1,157.13 


508.38 




310,48 




387.99 


240 


7,98: 


3,66 


1,875.45' 


1,37 


4,777.28' 




525.00-- 




4,882.78 


1 .06 




30.86 


7ii2.78 




$ 16S,104.Q6* 


93.0' 


5 1,214,251.86* 


051,20:' 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



63 



STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUES 

For the Year ending December 31st, 1933, and 

the SI* Months ending Ju ne 30th, 1934 



GENERAL FUND 



1/1/38 

to 
12/31/33 



State Appropriations: 

Act No. 12 of 1932 for support and main- 
tenance £ 

City Appropriation*: 

City of New Orleans to Social Serv. Dept. _ 
Fees Authorized by Leoislative Acts: 

Act No. 12 of 1930— Secretary 

Act No. 53 of 1882 — Auctioneers. . 

Act No. 230 of 1932 Liability,. ._. i 

Act No. 126 of 1924 —Compensation J 

Act No. 324 of 1926— Licenses _._ 

Act No. 87 of 1888— Live Stock Inspec.__ 
Fees Authorized by the Irti > \iu> or Adminis- 
trator: 

Certificates — -Death aud Burial 

Certificates — Insurance 

Official undertaker 

Training school fees 

Hospital Income: 

Donations— unrestricted 

Donations — -restricted . . 

Donations — gate, clinic and appreciation 
boxes - 

Interest on deposits... 

Interest on bonds 

Interest on bonds — "Prest". . 

McBurney building rents. .. . 

Patients deceased 

Rents 

Wisner lands 

Sundry Sales and Refunds; 

Internes' Key Deposits 

Sundry sales 

Suspense account 

Swill contract. — 

Social Service Refunds 






1.1 oo,500.00 
2,025.01 

36.no 

8, 128,63 

4,210.63 
16,233.60 

6,019.96 

938.00 

1 ,278.01 
5,240.07 

1,535.00 

577.7C 

100. 00 

126.00 

226 . 23 
184.93 

77 . 53 

11,956.28 

15.00 

S, 307. 39 

685.75 

21.25 

349.28 

36.18 

60.00 

6,931 57 



I 



Total Current Rk\ km i> S 1,224,102.90 



1/1/34 
to 



590,500.00 

■Mi. 87 

17 00 
777 19 

2,845.67 

13,625.00 
3,076.80 



519.50 

520.50 
3,125.04 

480.00 

327.00 



181.18 
137.28 

132.30 

46.53 

5,489.27 

24.05 
4,841.06 
1,387.83 

. 50 
1,158 16 



62.00 
3,257.98 



633,527.71 



64 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

SURPLUS AND DEFICIT ACCOUNT 
GENERAL FUND 

January 1st, 1933, to December 31st, 1933 

Grand Total current revenues . SI, 227 , 886 . 07 

Grand Total current disbursements $ 1,225,631 

Union Indemnity Co. Claim 515.18 

Notes Receivable 5,004.20 

Accounts Payable — Hart Rnt. Ek-c. Co 789.00 

Internes' Library Fund 281.08 

Sister Stanislaus Special Account 707.28 

eted Donations S5.00 

Wisner Lands Balanci- Due 5.10 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Puad, advanced 4,498.95 

Insurance Account 1 2,210.24 

I n vestments 

Jos. Walters Unpaid Balance 07; 

i,. S CL Medical Center. 3,5 

Delgado Fund 2,61 

Surplus 9 |f, 

$ 1.241,932.10 S 1,241 ,Q32TlO 



GENERAL FUND 

January 1st, 1934, to June 30th, 1934 

Grand Total Current Revenues $ 647,511.98 

Grand Total Current Disbursements $ 655 1 

L. S. U. Medical Center 345.06 

Petty Cash Funds increased 500.00 

Hospital Equipment - 13,705.96 

Real Estate and Buildings— 4,977.35 

Sister Stanislaus Special Account 533.50 

Internes' Library Fund 

Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund 

Lapeyn-Miltenberger Fund 7 ,3{ 

Wisner Lands 

Insurance Account 

Notes Receivable 2.(1 

Endowment Fund 

State of Louisiana 18,^ 

Deficit 17,682.08 



S 685,255.93 * 685,2 



TEEASUREirS HBPOHT 65 



GENERAL FUND 



TRIAL BALANCE 

December 31st, 1933 
Accounts Receivable: 

Internes Library Fund .? 281.08 

Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund 1,178.86 

Lapeyrc -Millenlierger Fund__ 7,355.80 

Louisiana State University — L. S. U. 

Medical Center 367.51 

Wisner Lands 5.10 

Petty Cash Funds: 

Treasurer 500.00 

Sr. Stanislaus 200.00 

Social Service 200,00 

Purchasing Agents _ 100.00 

Insurance, prepaid 6,415.87 

Notes Receivable 10,957,79 

Investments — Stocks and Bonds 5,182.50 

Hospital Equipment 728,792.59 

Real Estate and Buildings 5,656,423.90 

Cash Balance in Bank, December 31st, 

1933 -. 2,691.15 

Accounts Payable: 

Union Indemnity Company 515.18: 

Sr. Stanislaus Special Fund ] ,298.34 

Endowment Fund __, 2,400.00 

State of Louisiana — 6, 385,211). 55 

Surplus and Deficit Account 31,222.20. 

$ 6,420,052,27 8 6,420,652.27 



GO CHARITY HOSPITAL JAN.-JUNE, 19W 



GENERAL FUND 



TRIAL BALANCE 
Six Months ending June 30th, 1934 

Accounts Receivable ; 

Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund S 520.09 

Louisiana State University — L. S. I". 

Medical Center - -- 712,57 

Petty Cash Funds: 

Treasurer 1,000.00 

St. Stanislaus — 200.00 

Social Service - 200.00 

Purchasing Ak ' 100.00 

Insurance, prepaid 5,509.98 

Notes Receivable --- - 8,957.79 

Investments— Stocks and Bonds 5,182. . r >0 

Hospital Equipment . 742,498.55 

Real Estate and Buildings 5 ,681 ,401 .31 

Accounts Payable: 

Union Indemnity- - - 515. IS 

Sr. Stanislaus Special Fund 76 

Overdraft American Bk. & Tr. Co.. 

Endowment Fund 2,(150.00 

State of Louisiana 6,403, !S' 

Surplus and Deficit Account- — 13, f- 

S 6,426,282.79 $ 6,426,^ 



TREASURER'S REPORT 67 



SPECIAL FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

December 31st, 1933 

Accounts Receivable: 

Campbell Succession $ 190.26 

Covered Passageway 1,673.32 

Stauffer Eastwick Succession 15,692.91 

Investments — Stocks and Bonds. _ .... 66,245.11 

Cash Balance December 31st, 1933 1,689.86 

Succession, Mark Hortense Lieux: 

e? sh , — ;»--y— ---- -- ? 55ti7 

Stocks and Bonds 1 ggg qq 

Succession Mrs, Anna Worm an: 

Stocks 75.00 

Milliken Memorial Fund: 

Cash 117.87 

„ B ° ncis — - - 59,619.61 

Prest Fund: 

Stocks 3,100.00 

„ .Bonds 1,900.00 

bocial Service Donations, Cash_ T 1,200 00 

Surplus and Deficit Account 17|880!21 

$ 85,498.46 $ 85,498.46 



SPECIAL FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

June 30th, 1934 

Accounts Receivable: 

Campbell Succession. __ $ 224. S4 

Covered Passageway ] , 673 _ 32 

Stauffer Eastwick Succession 15,092.91 

Investments — Stocks and Bonds 66 , 245 . 1 1 

Cash Balance, June 30th, 1934 __ 1,933.59 

Succession Marie Hortense Lieux: 

Cash s 58.79 

Stocks and Bonds, ___ __ ___ 1 ,550.00 

Succession Mrs. Anna Worman; 

Stocks. _. - --_ 75.00 

Milliken Memorial Fund: 

Cash - - 117.97 

Bonds - 59,619.61 

Prest Fund : 

Stocks - 3,100.00 

Bonds 1 ,1100.00 

Social Service Donations, Cash 1, 200. 00 

Surplus and Deficit Account 18,148.40 



S5.769.77 $ 85,769.77 



C H A R I T Y HOSPITAL 1 933 



LAPEYRE-MILTENBERGER FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

December 3! it, 1933 

Cash Balance I Ucember 3lst, 1933- - - 5 733.28 

Bonds .— 136,145.00 

Stock*-. .— t;,iu.00 

Florida Heal Estate—. -- 1,025.65 

$ 144,017.88 
Fund Account * 144,017 v* 

LAPEYRE-MILTENBERGER FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

June 30th, 1934 

Cash Balance. ... — $ 305 , 44 

Bonds- - — - 136. 145.00 

Stocks _ __ _ _ 6,114.00 

Florida Real gstiiil 1,025.30 

Note Payable: 

Americas Bank «■ Trust Company 4,200.00 

Fund Account 139,38 

S 143,589.74 S 143,889 71 

INSURANCE FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

December 31st, 1933 

Cash Balance, December 31, 1933 S 1,885 M 

Cash Paid on Account to Eddie Thompsoi 4(J4 4ti 

Claim Account Eddie Thompson: 

Against Union Indemnity Co. Receivers. 2.(173.53 

Insurance Fund Account - 4,773.53 

4,773.53 $ 4,773.53 

INSURANCE FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

June 30th, 1934 

Cash Balance, June 30th. 1934 $ 1,711.13 

Paid Eddie Thompson on Account to Decem- 
ber 31st, 1933 404 

Claim Union Indemnity Co. Receivers. 2,973.53 

Insurance Fund Account . 5,089, 12 

5.089.12 S 5, ()s 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



THE CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA, NEW ORLEANS 

Statement Showing Method of Figuring "Cost per Patient Day" 
For Year Ending December 31, 1933 



Administration Expenses. 

Nursing 

Physicians.. 

Ward Employees 



Medical and Surgical Supplies 

Pharmacists, Drugs and Chemicals. 

Apparatus and Instruments 

X-Ray and Electrocardiograph 

Physical Therapy Department 

Record Room. 

Clinics. Clerks and Attendants 



Social Service Department. 
Ambulance Service 



Pathological Laboratories. 



Housekeeping Department- .. 
Kitchen Department 



Laundry. 



Steward - s Department 

General House and Property Ex- 
penses 



Total Patient Days Treatment. 
New Cases Out-patient Dept.- . 
Old Cases Out-Patient Dept 



WARD 
PATIENTS 



8S,169.29 

126,167.14 

22,828.03 

121,779.05 

79,192.24 

44,909.27 

19,109.97 

22,507.01 

1,906.36 

10,011.61 

30,893.06 
8,529.96 

25,266.79 

97,210.48 
28,030.52 

27,353.28 

199,171.79 

168,104.06 



OUT-PATIENT 
DEPARTMENT 



10% 
Si 1,1 -,73. 25 



TOTAL 



1,119,129.91 



768,503 



•0% 
8,799.13 

10', 
4,989,91 

5% 
1,005.79 

50% 
22,507.02 

60% \ 
2,869.54 

26/79:}. 1(1 
/ 20% 1 
\ 7,723.27 f 



20 ft 

6,316.70 

2% 
1,983.88. 

"%%" 
558.23 
1% • 

2,011.83 



95,121.95 



5(1,790 
345,431 



Total Visits Out-patient Dept 

Cost Per Patient Visit. _ 

Cost Per Patient Day |$ 



1 . I2SJ- 



402,221 
$ .236 | 



I 95,732 5-1 

126,167.14 

22,828.03 

121,779.05 

87,991.37 

49,899.18 

20,115.7ii 

45,014.03 

4,7-.. 

10,011.61 
26,793.40 

38,616.33 
8,629.86 

31,583.49 

99.194.36 
28,030.52 

27,911.51 

201,183.62 

ION. 104,06 



1,214,251 .86 



70 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



IMPROVEMENTS AND NEW EQUIPMENT 

January 1st, 1933, to June 30th, 1934 

IMPROVEMENTS 

Colored Drebsing ROOMS — (Adjoining Accident Room) S 

Ni:» Garbage House— - 

Pathological Department Animal House 

Pathological Department Equipment — Animal Pens 

Tennis Conn- for Inti i«k.- 

Screen Doors for Sisters' Home — 

$ 



136 

950 , 04 
2,431.81 
1,157.13 

276 . 72 

301. ;M1 



NEW EQUIPMENT 



Clinics: 

1/14/33 
1/23/33 
2/16/33 
4/14/33 
ft/15/33 
7 14/33 



1. 



TaWes for Ciinic No. 

Filing Cases 

Gas heaters — Clinic No. 2 

Art Metal Files — Olive Green Finish 

File Cabinet— Clinic No, 1 

16 in D. C. Emerson Osc. Fans 

Id in I) C. Wt'Stinghouse Fan. 

12 in. A. C. Emerson Osc. Fan 

16i n. Electric Fans — Clittitr No 2_ . 
Art Metal Files — Olive Green Finish 

1R in. Electric Fans — Clinic No. 1 

Kclvinator Refrigerator — Clinic No. 1 . 

Ceiling Fans 

12 in. Emerson Osc, Fans 

10 in. Emerson Osc. Fan 

Fisher Cutting Machine for Cancer Clinic. 

Colored Obstetrical Building: 
Main Kitchen 

9/26/33 1 Steamer with aluminum Baskets. -, 

7/1/33 1 Colson Truck ... 

6/27/33 1 New Body for Food truck 

4/17/34 2 36 in. Ceiling Fans 

Colored Female Building: 
5/9/33 1 Ceiling Fan— Dayton 

5/12/33 1 Ceiling Fan— Dayton. 

3/17/33 1 Chart Cabinet „- 

5/30/34 1 56 in. Robbins & Myers Ceiling Fan 

Colored Male Building: 

5/12/33 2 Ceiling Fans - 

5/30/34 4 12 in. D. C. Emerson Osc. Fans . 

Delgado Brii.oiKi; 



7/13/33 
9/ 6/33 
8/18/33 

12/28/33 
4/26/34 



9/11/33 



6 

is 
1 

a 

i 
i 

2 
S 
■1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 



3/17/33 
3/21/33 

7/12/33 
4/ 5/33 
3/25/33 
4/ 7/33 
5/30/33 



2 Chart Cabinets 

1 Remington Typewriter — Operating Room. 

2 1 in. Emerson A. C. Fans — Elevator 

1 Cabinet — Throat Room 

3 Chart Cabinets— Wards 369-309-472 

3 Medicine Cases — Throat Room 

1 10 in. Emerson A. C. Osc. Fan 

1 10 in. Robbins & Myers Osc. A. C. Fan_ . 

2 16 in. Emerson A. C. Osc. Fans 



5,254.07 



26.17 
14. 10 
25. 00 

21 . 12 



41.65 
20 00 

20.00 

20S i 1 " 



44 . 10 
1 17 mi 



514.50 
90 . 80 
12.74 
51.81 

IS. 00 
12.50 
12.60 
12.25 

25.00 
39.20 

25.90 
60.00 
14.24 
23.87 

29 . (>;; 

22 a 



37 25 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



71 



NEW EQUIPMENT 



Dibert BmtDixo: 



5/20/33 
3/22/33 
3/ 9/33 
2/12 34 
2 I ■ 
3/20/34 



1 

2 

2 

24 

24 

24 

3 



16 in. A. C. Robbins & Myers Osc. Fan. 
Cabinets for Pneumothorax apparatus.. 
Chart Tables for wards . 

White beds " 

Pillows 

Wire Chairs .. 

Bedside Tables -V-V-l""'.'. 

Screens 



Doctor's Quarters: 

2 ' 1 7/33 2 Solid Mahogany Rockers 

5/21/34 1 Bed, spring, mattress and Pair Pillows. 

Intern es' Q t a kters : 

9/15/33 1 12 in. Osc. Fan_ 

9/23/33 S White springs 

11/ 3/33 2 Cedar Chifforobes 



Lapeyhe-Mjltkn fiercer Convalescent Home: 

I 22/34 2 Cabinets— Physical Therapy Dept. 

2/21/34 1 Singer Sewing Machine 

3/22/34 4 Bedside Tables.. _ 

1/28/33 1 Universal Bovie Unit 

Lacndrt: 

7/12/33 2 
10/31/32 

and 1 /33 

6/ 8/34 2 

6/26/34 2 



Koot Power eagle presses 

Machinery for Laundry Sewing Room 

Transmitter, pulley, etc 

Laundry boxes for wet wash 

Laundry boxes _ 



Mais Buildinc;: 
Diet Kitchen: 



Locker 

Royal Typewriter 

Dayton Kite, Fan, 12 in. 

Vulcan Range 

Art Metal File, . . 



1/11/33 

3/20/33 

7/14/33 

12/ 6/33 

Admitting Room: 
7/18/33 1 Underwood Typewriter 

5/11/34 1 Underwood Typewriter— Compensation Clerk! 

Drugstore: 
5/14/34 1 Service table__ __ __ 

X-ray Department: 
4/17/33 2 Tables for X-ray cabinets 

Wards, etc. : 
7 . 12/33 2 
6/ 8/33 3 
12/22/33 1 
5/16/34 4 
4/14/34 



Elec. Ceiling Fans _ 

Elec. Fans (1-12 in. and 2-16 in.). . 
Kelvinator Refrigerator — Ward 333.. 

Ceiting Fans „ 

Cabinets— Ward 333 



Miles Operating Room: 
7/ 1/33 1 Colson Truck. 



18.60 

37.16 

45.23 

168.00 

1 30 . 00 



490.59 



45.00 
42.70 



15.80 

94.00 
37.00 

25.82 
100.00 

33.32 
426.00 

854.57 

154.85 

43.66 
38.83 



17. IS 
84.50 
12.00 
568.50 
46.20 

55.05 
S2.00 

8.92 

17.00 

25.00 
27.00 
259.00 
40.00 
81.52 

19.31 



72 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1633 



Milukes Building: 
5/26 /33 2 li. in. L) 



8/22/33 


1 


5/22/38 


2 


5/18/33 


1 


3/30/33 


1 


4/ 1/33 


1 


4/ 4/33 


1 


7/12/33 


1 . 


8/14 /:« 


1 


12/ 1/33 


1 


12/18/33 


1 < 


4/13/34 


1 


Nurses' Home 


10/22/32 


1 


6/12/33 


4 


12/27/33 


1 


3/ 6/34 


1 


4/11/34 


1 



C. Emerson fans (Secondhand) 

12 in. Robbins & Myers A. C. Osc. Fan 

Ceiling Fans - -- - 

Ceiling Fan — Nurses Dining Room 

Chart Cabinet— Ward 262 - - 

Chart Cabim ' - 

Locker— Ward 262 

Bulletin Board— Ward 2(52 

Chart Cabinet— Ward 1 58 

Dish Cleaning Tables — Miiliben Kitchen 
Glass Washing Machine — Milliken Dining Rm.. 
Disfa Washing Machine and Sterilizer and in- 
-.tullation of same 



Underwood Typewriter — Office 

Osc. Fans — Class Room 

Vulcan Gas Range— Training School .. 

Electrolux Refrigerator 

Art Metal Kile— Office 

L. S. V. Building; 

Pathological Department: 

ti/19/33 2 Osc. Fans.. 

Superintendent's Office: 

3/16/34 1 Executive Ediphone for Dictating 

1 Secretariat Ediphone for Transcribing 
Asst Superintendent's Office: 

3/19/34 1 Walnut desk 

1 Walnut office chair . 

Power House: 

7/14/33 1 Electric Fan 

3/21 /34 1 Pexto B ar folder— Tinner 

Secretary's Office: 

3/20/33 1 Felt Pad 

3/13/33 1 Tray Truck for Checks. 

6/16/33 1 Underwood Typewriter 

2/28/34 1 Marchant Calculating Machine 

Telephone Office: 
5/ 9/33 1 Electric Clock-- - 

Sisters' Home: 

6/ 9/33 1 Table for Linen Room 

6/ 6/34 1 Cabinet for Chapel. . 

Warehouse: 

Purchasing Agent's Office: 

2/15/33 1 Underwood Typewriter ... 

3/5/34 1 Oak Desk. --. 

1 Revolving Chair _ 

White Female Building: 

5/12/33 1 Osc. Fan - -- - 

5/ 7/34 1 Chart Desk— Ward 101 

Miscellaneous: 

1/33 1 Invalid Chair 

Dental Equipment. _ 

Resectoscope --• 



16.00 

10.64 

44.13 

32.94 

27.61 

289.10 

36 . 2ti 

62.40 
1.->L 
287 .00 






24.17 
1 2 25 

94 . 50 
360.00 

4 1 . <"S 



Hi 

12.50 

09.10 
22 

13,705.96 



TREASURER'S REPORT 73 



SUNDRY CASH DONATIONS 



UNRESTRICTED 
From January 1st, 1933 to June 30th, 1934 



Appreciation box J 110.62 

Arena, Dominick, 3449 Magazine Street (thru Mr, Stumpf l 10.00 

Avmcmd, T- P. W. S., Bunkie, La.__ 4.00 

Augustin, Mrs. C, 2625 Marais Street 5.00 

Alcorn, Athalia. 2112 Dryades Street (thru Mr. Stumpf)... __ 5.00 

Bayant, Mrs. N. E., St. Rose, La. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 15.00 

Baldwin, Mrs. R. H., 1634 Broadway 25.00 

Bourg, Nora, Dulac, I.a._ 5.00 

Boudreaux. Mrs. L., Patient, Ward 301 (thru Sr. Stanislaus) 10.00 

Clinic Box) thru Sr. Julia) „ 148. 7S 

Cash _ 25.00 

Cornish, Mrs. L., No. 2 St. Claude Court (thru Sr. Julia) 10.00 

Ctuiumngs, Mrs. Win., 1307 Baronne St... 25.00 

Couret, Mrs B., 4609 Painter St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) .__ 25.00 

Doody, Thomas, 4122 D'Hemecourt St. (Thru Mr. Stumpf) ._ 10.00 

ncan, C. T., 4120 General Pershing St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 25.00 

Edmonds, Bertha, 2825 Lepage St. (thru Mr, Stumpf). 10.00 

t. John. 3603 Cypress St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 10.00 

Box --- _ 42.82 

C.uderain, E. C, 2430 Milan St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 25.00 

Gaspard, August, c/o Sewerage & Water Board 10,00 

ien, Paul, 2816 Baronne St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) _ _ g Oil 

Bamberger, Mrs. L., 3149 N. Villere St. (thru Sr. Julia) 10.00 

Hurd. Murray G., Long Beach, Miss._ __ ___ 50.00 

Hayes, Mr. Dennis, 4609 DeMontluzin St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 20.00 

rich, Mrs. C, 62 Eontainebleau Drive __ _ 10.00 

Matranga, Raymond, 2227 Royal St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 10 00 

McGinnis, Mrs. T.. Covington, La 5.00 

Moore, Winston, 2627 Freret St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) 15 . 00 

Moosa, Nagim, 2227 Columbus St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) ___ 10. 00 

Patient - 8.70 

Rafferty, Chas. J., 2924 St. Ann St. 'thru Mr. Stumpf), 3.00 

Raggio, Joseph. 2412 Wisteria St. (thru Mr. Stumpf i 15.00 

Richardson, Willie, Marrero, La. (thru Dr. Vidrine).._ 10.00 

Saturday Evening Post .49 

Scales .---,;--,- — 457 

Saunee, Jules A., 1204 Desire St. (thru Sr, Jane Francis and Mr. Stumpf) 80.00 

Shfllstone, Herbert, Jr., 1663 Valmont St. (thru Mr. Stumpf)_ 4.00 

Tolley, Mabel, 8634 Nelson St. (thru Mr. Stumpf) . . 5.00 

Vidrine, L. G., Baton Rouge, La 75.00 

Miss Catherine, c/o Gulf Refining Co., Philadelphia, Pa 25.00 

POLICE JURIES 

East Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, La, 200.00 

St. John the Baptist, Edgard, La 100.00 



H CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

SUNDRY CASH DONATIONS 

RESTRICTED 

FOR DRINKLER RESPIRATORY FUND 

kodrigue, Mrs. J. I., McGall, La. (thru Dr. Vidrine) 5.00 

Shobcr, J H . 50.00 

FOR CANCER CLINIC 
Yillere, Mrs. W. P., 1304 Lowerline St _ 15.00 

SUNDRY DONATIONS TO CHARITY HOSPITAL 

American Red Cross, 611 Gravier St 500 yds. cotton for sheeting. 

Blue Bird Society Magazines. 

Bell, Henry, Fonchatoula, La 1 case strawberries 

Ball, Mrs. H., 536 S. Tonti St 1 steel leg brace. 

liabirto, Mr. L., 1901 Toulouse St 5 sacks oysters. 

Cahill, Mr., Wadesboro, La Fresh vegetables. 

Crews, F. S„ 7820 Nelson St Library books. 

Carrol!, Sylvia, Ponchatoula, La 8/24 case of strawberries 

Cabin, Mrs. L. S., 330 Audubon Blvd Children's clothes. 

Danziger, Mrs. A., 5210 Prytania St.-- Children's clothes. 

Dreyfous, Mr. Jules, c/o Weiss, Dreyfous & 

Seiferth Surgical appliances. 

Divinecent, Mr. Roy, Bogalusa, La.... 6 sacks of string beans. 

Dimarco, Mr. P., Westwcgo, La °4 hampers okra. 

Daigle, Mr. Eugene, Ponchatoula, La 1 crate strawberries. 

DeFelice, Mr. E. S., Cut Off, La 1200 heads of cabbage. 

Dufrane, Jessie, Gheins, La 55 doz. turnips. 

Dccatenn, Mr. Henry, Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

Dufreche, Mr. C. J. (thru) from the following: 

Martin Penn. ' 

Louis Howes 

E. C Harper 

D. Gates 

F. Levine 

Charles Harper 

Lee Hunt 

Mrs. E. Estcrbrook. 
John A. Frederick-. 
Mrs H. C. Howes. . 

D. F. McPahul 

F. A. Witty 

Morgan Howes 

DeMarco, Mr, Joe, Hammond, La 11 crates strawberries. 

Esterbrook, Mrs. E., Ponchatoula, La.. I case strawberries. 

Eble, Chas , Flowers for patients. 

Florists of New Orleans Flowers for patients. 

Feuran, Mr. Vick 1 

Daigtc, Mr. Webster [Gray, La 2 truckloads of cabbage. 

Pontife, Mr. Harvey J 

Gilmer, Mrs. Warren, 1 J 36 Second St Magazines (weekly), puzzles for 

children, books and magazii: 

Gulf Refining Company 300 comic weeklys (weekly). 

Goodrich Rubber Co 100 puzzles. 

Gordon, W. A. & Co., 607 Tchoupitoulas St.-_6 bars Enoch Morgan's Hand 

Sa polio. 
Girl Reserves, Mc Main High School Toys, games and gifts for ladies 

and children at Christ mas. 
Hill Stores (thru Mr. Petiick) 30 Christmas trees. 



Ponchatoula, La._32 sacks yam potatoes. 



TREASURER'S REPORT 75 

SUNDRY DONATIONS— (Concluded) 

Hdg, Mr. H., Ponchatoula, La 15 crates strawberries. 

Homes, Mr. R. M., Jr., Ponchatoula, La 10/24 case strawberries. 

Homes, Mr. R. M., Ponchatoula, La 8/24 case of strawberries. 

Hebert, Louis, Ponchatoula, La. 3 cases strawberries. 

Hunt, Mr. Lee, Ponchatoula, La 2 cases strawberries. 

Hauck, Herman, Ponchatoula, La Allowed 24 crates of strawberries 

to be picked from his farm. 

Joy, Chas. L Magazines. 

Jarreau, Miss Amanda, 2111 Daujihine St — Baby layettes, blankets, socks, 

stockings. 

ogh. Officer Geo Puzzles for children. 

Kraft, Mr. Vally, Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries, 

Kern, Mrs. Helen 15 lbs. candy for children. 

Kraft, Mr. Pete, Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

Kraft, Mr. Fred., Ponchatoula, La. ..1 case strawberries, 

Leonhara. J. P., 7911 Birch St.__ ..Books for children. 

Leftwich, Mrs, W., 3929 State St. Drive Funny papers. 

Lucito, Mr. Vito, Independence, La 1 truckload coltard greens. 

Lavigine, Maggie, Ponchatoula, La,. 1 case strawberries. 

Lussan, Mr. F. M,, 5531 Burgundy St 1 truckload of spinach. 

1 basket vegetable pears. 

2 bushels vegetable pears. 
Metairie Ridge Nursery, Metairie Ridge Flowers. 

Menzaio, Mrs. Anthony, 726 Dauphine St._.2 crutches. 

Marcello, Mr. Joe, Plaquemines Parish, La. .1 truckload of turnips. 

Miller, Mr. J. A., 4445 Painters St Games and magazines. 

McCrory Store... -- Magazines. 

McEnerny, M. G Magazines at intervals. 

Newman, Mrs. J. A., Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

Newman, Mr. Albert, Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

O'Donnel, Mr. P., 1400 Tulane Avenue Toys for children. 

Penn, Mr. Martin, Ponchatoula, La 2 cases strawberries. 

l J almer, Mr. T. P., Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries, 

Ponchatoula Farmers, thru Mr. M. G. Penn. 31 cases strawberries. 

Patton, Dr. G. Farrar, Charity Hospital Medical Books. 

Roche, Valerie, 223 N. Ciark St Jig-saw puzzles. 

Roberts, Mr. E. P., Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

Swarbrick, Geo., 6809 St. Charles Ave Magazines and papers. 

Sherden, Mr. Ozone, Ponchatoula, La --1 case strawberries. 

Schlicgelmeyer, Mr. J.__ ] 

Stass, Mr. Peter -- \ Ponchatoula, La. .10 sacks potatoes. 

Helg,' Mr. Herman J 

Sbisa, J. J., 1768 Gayoso St. ^ Footballs, pencil boxes and paint 

sets for Christmas. 

Scflliegeloieyer, Mr. J., Ponchatoula, La Labor in picking 24 crates of 

strawberries and bringing them 
to Charity Hospital. 

Service League, Evangelicat Christ Church. _5 dozen fans for Ward 136. 

Solomon, Mrs Books and puzzles. 

Schultz Mrs. E., 1517 Broad St -.2 large boxes bananas. 

Sherman, Mr. Henry, Ponchatoula, La -8/24 case of strawberries. 

t inari, Mr. Tony, Hammond, La 1 sack potatoes, 1 hamper peppers, 

Vinyar'd, Mr. E. W., Ponchatoula, La 24 empty mates, 

Vernient Mr. James, Ponchatoula, La 1 case strawberries. 

Vioyard ' Mr. Mozc, Ponchatoula, La. 6/24 case of strawberries. 

Vaeth Mr. Albert. 5900 Ponchartrain Blvd..l child's rolling chair. 

Wells ' Mr Tom, Ponchatoula, La 1 6/24 case of strawberries. 

Weed' Rev. — - Flowers for patients. 

Wilkinson, Mrs. J. P., 2811 Palmer Ave Magazines. 



M CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1&33 



DONATIONS TO BREAUX BUILDING 

St. Margarets Daughters . ._ Oranges (weekly). 

t.y of .\azarenes.. .Candy at Easter and Christmas 

Weed, Rev Oranges (weekly), 

DONATIONS TO WARD 262 

Anonymous ... Toys, books and $2.00. 

Garreau, Mrs Baby Layette. 

Gentilly Terrace School.., Doll house and toys. 

Harris, Mr 100 cups Cioverland ice cream 

Henderson, Florence Books, candy and toys. 

Kiam, V, K. H Candy. 

Junior Red Cross, Colton High School Kaster eggs, puzzles. 

Landry, Mr. J Scrap book. 

LeBourgeois, Mrs. Jos _ . Puzzles. 

Ladies Florist Society, Mrs. Pejtral, Pres... Flowers. 

Louisiana State University's Students $6 97. 

McDonogh School No. 10 Candy, easter eggs. 

New Orleans Petit Salon No. 114 25 easier baskets. 

Xeedlework Guild of America, Girl Scout Sec- 
tion (Mrs. Haspel, President; Baby jackets. 

Pickwick Club, Mr. Sherman Easter eggs, rabbit, etc. 

St. Chas. Presbyterian Church.. . Magazines, easier eggs. 

St. Margaret's Daughters, Mrs. Larelee Dresses, shoes, cut-outs. 

Schmidt, Warren Cakes. 

Tusson, Dr. and Mrs. George. Wedding cake. 

Women's Old Regular Choctaw Club, i Mrs 

Edward Pillsbury, President) Toys. 

DONATIONS TO WARD 472 

Bartel, Mrs. Kate.. Clothes. 

Brumfield, Mrs 1 ham. 

Friend... 2 ducks. 

Gonzales, Mrs .Crate crabs. 

Growl, Mrs 6 lbs. sausage, bacon. 

Haydel, Mrs „ 3 lbs. castille soap, 2 large water- 
melons, large cake, sack or to- 
matoes, $100.00, 1 dozcu c: 
puffs, small rug, children's 
clothes, 2 pies. 

Kelly, Mrs. K Pecans. 

Lurick, Virginia 1 large cake. 

1'ocha, Mrs. ---Crate of strawberries. 

Pcrkowski, Mrs lbs. cake, 6 pies, bath t< 

wash cloths, soap powder. 

Remis, Mrs .. Box candy. 

Rebown, Mrs Large cake. 

DONATIONS TO LAPEYRE-M J LTENBERGER CONVALESCENT 

HOME 

Dillon. Wm $3.00. 

Srabile, Jos._ „ $4.00. 

Mossmeier, J. M., c/o Goodman & Beer Co.. .300 lbs. rice. 
Richard, James, Jennings, La 500 lbs. rice. 



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DONATIONS TO DIBERT BUILDING 

Elks, N. O. Lodge Christmas trees, toys and clothes, 

lemonade, cake and ice cream to 
patients on 2nd floor. 

Dibert Auxiliary .Magazines and jig-saw puzzles 

(weekly). Presents to male pa- 
tients at Xmas and Easter. 
Xmas trees. 

St. Margaret's Daughters Prizes for lotto parties, weekly 

presents to patients. Week I v 
visits distributing cake. Pres- 
ents for all female patients at 
Xmas, Easter baskets, enter- 
tainment occasionally. X mas 
trees. Watermelons. 

T. B. Helping Hand Circle MX) lbs. chicken, 400 tongue and 

swiss cheese sandwiches. 

Weed, Rev. Mr :. Oranges and magazines (weekly. 

Candy at Easter and New Years 

Heideiberger, Mrs Day studio couch. 

DONATIONS TO WARD 353 
French, Miss Ruth S7.00 for brace for Freddie Martin. 

DONATIONS TO MILLIKEN HOSPITAL 

Davinroy, Albert, 3710 Villere St $20.00 for rolling chair. 

Michon, Mr. W. J., United Fruit Co Bunch of bananas. 

DONATIONS TO WARD 142 

Williams, Mr. Horace, 833 Howard Avenue. $40.00 for 1 air mattress. 

DONATIONS TO WARD 333 

Torry, Mrs S10.00 for ward use. 

Russo, Mrs. Frank $5.00 for linen. 

Lconbard, Mrs $10.00 for brace for Mr. Nicholas. 



"S CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933- 

STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS 

BELONGING TO CHARITY HOSPITAL, NEW ORLEANS 

Depository and Trusteeship No. 1567 

Whitney Trust and Savings Bank, New Orleans 

New Orleans, December 31st, 1932. 

Par Value Book Value 
MILLIKEN MEMORIAL FUND 

25/1000 Shreveport Sewerage and Water 

<..»«« „ w J? rks Bonds 41% 1949 $25,000.00 * 26,343.75 

Jo/ 1000 N. 0. Public Imp. Bonds 4% 1950 25,000.00 23,375 00 

5/1O0O Claiborne Par. La. Public Im- 
provements Bonds 5% 1937 5,000.00 4.838 36 

4/1000 Joint Stock Farm Loan, First 
Joint Stock Land Bank, N. 0. 

, ,.™« Bonds - 5% 1944 4,000.00 4,060.00 

1/1000 State of La. Capitol Building .«w.w 

Bonds - 4J% 1944 1,000.00 1,002.50 

560,000.00 S 59,619.61 
PREST ENDOWMENT FUND (Observation Room) 

31 Shares Paid up Stock Reliance 

.„««« Homestead Assti . X .0 3,100.00 3,100.00 

1/1000 N. O. Public Belt R. R. Bonds. 5% 1955 1,000.00 1,000 00 

1/500 N. O. Public Belt R.R. Bonds _ 6% 19S8 500.00 500.00 

4/100 N. O. Public Belt R.R. Bonds. 5% 1940 400.00 400.00 

$ 5,000.00 * 5,000.00 
ENDOWMENT FUND 

J^ 1 ™ N. O. Public Belt R.R.Bonds_ 5% 1955 1,000.00 1,000.00 

V, ™ N - °' p ub»c Belt R. R. Bonds. 5% 1951 500.00 500 00 

M\™ ^. O. Public Belt R. R. Bonds. 5% 1940 100.00 100.00 

2/100 N.O. Public Belt R.R. Bonds. 5% 1945 200.00 200 00 

1/100 N. O. Public Belt R. R. Bonds. 5% 1948 100.00 lOo'Ofl 

5 Shares Paid up Stock Reliance 

Homestead Assn 500.00 500.00 

5 2,400.00 S 2,400.00 
ANNA WORMAN ESTATE 

25 Shares Hudson Milling Co, of 

Colorado ... 25.00 38 00 

10 Shares Latin-American Life & 

Casualty Ins. Co., N. 50.00 50.00 

? 75.00 S 75.00 

PERSIFOR S. CAMPBELL SUCCESSION 

6 Sh ares C onsolida te d Su t p h ur & 

OilCo. 42.00 

1 Certificate Participation Canal 

Bank & Trust Co.. _ ,50 

S 42.00 S .:,(> 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS 

MRS. CORINNE LAPEVRE MILTENBERGER FUND 

BONDS Par Book Value 

2 Coupons State of La., July 1st, 1870. Memo 
13/1000 N. 0. Mobile & Texas R. R,, Issue of 

February 1st, 1872 % 13,000.00 Memo 

3/1000 N. O. Mobile & Chatta R. R., Issue 

of July 1st, 1870 3,000.00 Memo 

Maturity Par Book Value 
2/1000 R. R. Atchaf, & B. B. Levee 

Dist.. 1935 S 2,000.00 $ 1,940.00 

3/1000 R. R. Atchaf. & B. B. Levee 

Dist 1939 3,000.00 2,910.00 

1/1000 R. R. Atchaf. & B, B. Levee 

Dist. 1944 1,000.00 970.00 

130/1000 St. of La. Capitol Building... 1944 130,000.00 130,325.00 

$ 136,000.00 $ 130,145.00 

STOCKS 

5 Shares Mercon Corp. Pref % 500.00 Memo 

5 Shares Mercon Corp. Com No Par Memo 

48 Shares So. Ins. Co. N. O 4,800.00 Memo 

100 Shares Am. Min, Prod. S. Dakota 100.00 Memo 

21 Shares Calcasieu S. & M. Co. _. 1,050.00 Memo 

90 Shares Marconi Wireless T. of Am, 4,500.00 Memo 

100 Shares Investors of Wash. Inc. Pref 10,000.00 6,000.00 

100 SharesInvestorsofWash.Inc.Com No Par 100.00 

14 Shares Realty Operators Inc 350.00 14.00 

$ 10,350.00 $ 0,114.00 

Total * 146,350.00 $ 142,259.00 

GENERAL FUND — Donation Mrs. C. Haynes 

3/1000 La. Highway 1942 3,000.00 2,460.00 

5/100 N. O. Public Belt R. R.— 1944-47 500.00 345.00 

$ 3,500.00 $ 2,805.00 

MRS. MARIE HORTENSE LIEUX— Legacy 

1 Certificate Reliance Homestead Stock S 500,00 

Certificate U. S. 4th Liberty Loan 50.00 

Certificate U. S. 4th Laberty Loan 100.00 

Certificate Acme Homestead Stock - --- ^2°°° 

Certificate Elmer Candy Co. Stock - - 400 . 00 

Interest in 1 Share $100.00 Cres. City Budd- 
ing and Loan Association 

$ 1,550.00 



80 CHARITY HOSPITAL-1933 



STATEMENT OF INSURANCE 
June 30th, 1934 

Amount Annual 

_ Premium 

Fire asd Toknado: 

On all buildings and contents and other property 
on premises of the assured, occupied and used 
as a hospital, and (or other purposes in con- 
nection with occupancy, situated in Squares 
No. 367, No. 402 and No. 405, bounded by 
Tulane Avenue, South Claiborne Avenue, 
Gravier and LaSalle Streets, also in Square 
No. 366, bounded by LaSalle Street, Freret, 
Gravier and Perdido Streets, and in Square 
No. 371, bounded by Tulane Avenue, South 
Villere, South Robertson Streets and Cleve- 
land Avenue, in New Orleans, Louisiana $ 3,790,000.00$ 3,300.06 

McBurney Building, 1016-1022 Canal St 50,000 00 500 00 

Union Press Building _ 20,312.50 297^05 

Shippers Press Building 15,000.00 23.50 

Liability; 

Boilers— Limit $5,000.00 120,000.001 

Elevators— Limit $5,000.00 $10,000.00/ 1,100.00 

Ambulances, Trucks and Autos — 

Limit $10,000.00 $33,630.00 

(Including fire, lightning, theft) 594 

Other Insurance: 

Money and Securities, in transit, outside and 

* nsid f --- -- 30, 000.00 109.11 

Plate glass — Damage or breakage 137.41 



$ 3,905,312.50 S 6,066.39 
Bonds — Indemnity: 

Superintendent 25,000.00 125.00 

Secretary- Treasurer _ 25,000.00 125 00 

Purchasing Agent __ 5,000.00 20.00 



TREASURER'S REPORT SI 



STATEMENT OF PROPERTIES RENTED AND LEASES 

J 27 South Villere Street, double two-story tenement: Per Annum 

Peter Smith, $15.00 per month * 180.00 

Mrs, Agnes Kern, $15.00 per month 180,00 

Union Press, Square *43, Tchoupitoulas, South Peters, Terpsichore 
and Henderson Streets, Lots w 7 to 18, inclusive and *25, total 
13 lots, leased to Union Compress Company, dated October 
1st 1929. Expires September 30th, 1939, payable quarterly, 

$710.94 - 2,843.80 

Insurance in excess of annual rate of $1.15 payable by lessors. 

Shippers Press, Square *31, South Peters, Robin, Front and 
Henderson Streets, lots "14-18-19 and 20, four lots, leased to 
Me ate & Co. Inc., dated September 1st, 1929, expires August 
31st 1939, rent payable quarterly, $203.00, November 30th, 

February 28th, May 31st, August 31st 812.00 

Privilege of cancellation by written notice prior to August 31st 
of any year effective one year after. 

"Sky Lot" in square bounded by Henderson, Robin, Front and 
South Peters, leased to Texas and Pacific Railway Company, 
from June 1st, 1904 for 30 years, (since that date the lessees 
are styled Texas Pacific-Missouri Pacific Terminal R. R. of 
tsj O ) Re-appraisement every ten years. Appraisement 
May 1924, valuation $380,000.00, rental 6 %— $22,800.00, 
annual rental to May 31st. 1934. Charity Hospital's proper- 
tion of above payable semi-annually 5 , 428 , 22 

McBurney property Nos. 1016-22 Canal Street, Square *267, 
bounded by Canal Street, Coratnou, Univerity Place and South 
Rampart Street. Canal Street frontage 57' 6" 4 L depth 128' 
10" 5 L four-story building (3 upper stories not rented) all 
leases dated October 1st, 1929, for five years, payable monthly: 

Toe Walters, 1016 Canal Street 600.00 

Arthur Simon, 1018 Canal Street 1,500.00 

Smeer Sewing Machine Co. Inc.. 1018 Canal Street.. 5,400.00 

A P Schiro Inc., 1020 Canal St 3,600.00 

F.' Lorentino, 1020$ Canal Street. 000.00 

Cemetery- Canal Street near City Park Avenue. Portion facing 
r«nal Street from driveway to St. Patrick's Cemetery divid- 
ing line by depth of 50 feet. Lease dated May 30th, 1932, 
from July 1st, 1932, expiring June 30th, 1942. to J. Geo. 

Viosca -- 1.6UU.UU 

Portion facing Canal Street for large sign. New Orleans Out- 
door Adv. Co 210.00 



t 22,854.0 



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82 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1033 



TRUSTEES OF ISAAC DELGADO MEMORIAL FUND 

TRIAL BALANCE 

June 30th, 1934 

Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund $ 100,000.00 

State of Louisiana 4's Redeemed 1/1 17 "i 00 

8 N. O. Public Imp. Bonds _ 7,025 00 

Birmingham Ry. I.. & V. Bonds Sold 1 15/31 2 031 25 

6 N. O. City 4's 5,550.00 

Houston Lt. & P. Co. Bonds Sold 3/15 31 265 00 

Meridian Ry. & L. Co. Bonds Redeemed 4/9/29. . 2,500 00 

12 Memphis St. Ry. Co. Bonds Defaulted 1/1/32. II ,430.00 

15 State of Louisiana Bonds 15,000 00 

X. 0. Public Service Bonds 1/5/28, 4J% 337.50 

9 N. O. Public Service Bonds, 5% 7,940.00 

5 Saenger Theatres Inc. I.»t-f;in :i2 5,000.00 

5 Methodist Hospital, Ft. W. Defaulted 8/1/31— 5,000.00 

Interest Paid on Deposits. 1 ,082.55 

Bond Interest Coupons. ._ 106,692 

7 City of N. O. Serial i>, (June and Dec.) 4,576.40 

5 Iowa-Nebraska Power Bonds 4,825.00 

10 Baton Rouge S. & P. Bonds__ _ 10,628.94 

5 Puget Sound Bonds 4,725.00 

10 Central III. Elcc. & Gas 9,450.00 

3 Ft. Worth Properties Bonds, Defaulted, 1/1/33. 3,030.00 

(> Southwestern States Tel. Bonds 5,940.00 

5 Cities Service Trans, Bonds 5,000.00 

5 Loew's Theatres & Real. Corp.__ 4,875.00 

5 Mayflower Hotel 5,000.00 

2 N. O. Serial 4J (April and Oct.) 1,830.00 

N. O. Ry. & Lt. Co. Redeemed 1 16/23 L.190 00 

General Expenses 1,047.83 

Dclgado Central Trades School 1 5 ] 822! 82 

Board of Administrators, Charity Hospital, New 

Orleans 88,403.81 

Cash, Whitney National Hank 1,549.49 

$ 213,986.79 f 213,986.79 

C. C. BASS, M. D. 

President, Board of Trustees 
Isaac Delgado Memorial Fund 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



83 



STATEMENT TO TRUSTEES, ISAAC DELGADO MEMORIAL FUND 
For the Year 1933 and to June 30, 1934 



Dr. C. C. Bass President 

Dr. C. Jeff Miller Treasurer 

Dr. W. E. Alton Ochsner ..Secretary 



Trustees 



Balance as per Statement December 31st, 1932. -S 3,785,88 
December 31st, 1933, Dclgado Building _ 1 17085 

June 30th, 1934, Delgado Building "","_' 2,'l95.*95 



Add pending adjustment 

June 3rd, 1933, By Check, Trustees 
Julv 5th. 1933, Bv Check, Trustees.. 
May 2nd, 1934, Bv Check, Trustees 



7.152.68 
8.01 



Balance due by Trustees. 



$ 2,750.00 
1,035.88 
2,854.72 

$ 6,640.60 
520.09 



$ 7,160.69 f 7,160.69 



FRED. W. MATTHEWS, 
Secretary- Treasurer, 



STATEMENT OF ENDOWMENT FUND 
Per Resolution of the Board of Administrators, July 19th, 1926 

Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Roessle, in Memory of their 

little daughter, Adele Emily Roessle.. $ 50O 00 

P, A. and Addie Capdau __ m l,00o!o0 

Lions Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, partial pay- 
ment on pledge of S500.00 300.00 

Dr. James B. Harney, Chicago, 111 50o!o0 

Allen J. Ellender, Jr $ 250^00 

$ 2,550.00 



84 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

LAPEYRE-MILTENBERGER HOME FOR CONVALESCENTS 

LEGACY OF MBS. CORINNE LAPEYRE MILTENBERGER 

See Annual Reports 1930-1931-1932 

Proposals received and opened September 26th, 1932 

First Pile driven __ October 7th, 1932 

Building completed and accepted 

Opened to public, equipped and ready for occupancy 

DISBURSEMENTS 
January 1st, 1933, to December 31st, 1933 

Balance due on contracts, December 31st, 1932-. $ 279,297 

Gervais F. Favrot. General Contractor _._$ 12,365.10 

Hart Enterprise Electric Co. - 4,742.60 

James H. Aitken & Sons 13,896 36 

Weiss, Dreyfous & Seiferth, Inc., Architects 4,981.02 ♦ 

Total additions and changes $ 35,984.07 

Total building contracts, December 3 1 st, 1(W3 5 315,281,76 

Pavments on above to December 31st, 1933: 

Gervais F. Favrot- -- $ 203,096.68 

Hart Rtrterorise Elect. Co. 32,799.80 

Jas. H. Aitken & Sons 38,4:'. 

Otis Elevator Co 24,690.00 

Weiss, Dreyfous & Seiferth, Inc 10,106.05 315,131 

I "hi >aid balance, December 31st, 1933 

150.00 

Insurance, builders' risk 1,653.75 

Lighting fixtures -_ 2,850.00 

Incidentals 482.24 

Equipment . 7, 439. (Ml 

Furniture and Fixtures 20,283.74 

Florida Land — Taxes __ 4.53 

Federal tax on checks .30 

Trustee Fees- 131.02 

I 347,976 W 

RECEIPTS 
January 1st, 1933 to December 31st, 1933 

Cash balance, January 1st, 1933 — $ 308,851 sn 

Bonds sold 25,622.00 

Profitonsale --- ^7s il(> 

Interest on bonds 6,56! 

Interest on deposits __ 2,698.35 

Furniture and fixtures, refunds. 14!» 

Insurance, refund 562 

Florida Land Taxes, refund 

Borrowed from Hospital 3,3> 

Cash Balance, December 31st, 1933 733.23 

- 848 710 17 s 348,710, 17 



TREASURER'S REPORT 85 

DISBURSEMENTS 

January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 

Balance due on contracts, 1933 $ 150.00 

Loan by Hospital, 1033... 3,381.31 

Paid Gervais F. Favrot for plaque 150.00 

Sundry items paid by Hospital 21.26 



Total account building S 3,702.57 

Materia] and labor by Hospital: 

For account of furnishings and fixtures . 3,031 .00 

For account of equipment 922.29 

Federal Tax on checks ,06 

Fees paid Trustees.. 61.68 

Refunded Charity Hospital. 3,250.00 

Refunded Charity Hospital . i.105. 86 

Cash balance. June 30th, 1934 305.44 

RECEIPTS 

January 1st, 1934, to June 30th, 1934 

Payments by Hospital, 1933. 

Payments by Hospital, 1934 

iand Note, secured by 6/1000 Red River 

Atchafalaya and Bayou Boeuf Bonds 

Interest on Bonds _ 

Dividends on Stocks 

Interest on Deposits 

Florida Land Taxes, refund 

Cash on hand, January 1st, 1934. __ 







3 


3,381.31 
3,974.55 

4,200.00 

2,933.75 

150.00 

5.71 

ss 

733.23 


s 


15,378.90 


1 


15,378.90 



LAPEYBE-MILTENBERGER FUND ACCOUNT 
From November 21 st, 1930 to June 30th, 1934 

RECAPITULATION 

Stocks and Bonds received from Executors at appraisal value of .$ 568 ,477. 75 

Bonds purchased and exchanged 187,219.10 

$ 755,696.85 

Less Stocks and Bonds matured and sold 613,437.85 

See Statement of Investments _ % 142,259.00 



M CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



Stocks and Bonds, matured and sold £ 613,437.85 

Received from Executors 23,697 8S 

Interest on Bonds.. . 70,225.57 

Interest on Deposits 5.7S2 -i:: 

Dividends on Stocks 2, 974. 00 

Federal Income Tax Refunds 71 .2<i 

Notes Payable __ _ _ 4,200.00 

S 720,388.99 

Re Investment Bonds $ 187,219.10 

Net Cost of Building 391,145.38 

Equipment 8,361.89 

Furniture and Fixtures 23,165.74 

Florida Land taxes 79.86 

Income Tax Statement 15.00 

Tax Refund to Executors 1,100.67 

Trustee Fees 1 ,333 . 07 

Brokerage and taxes. 1, 983. 28 

Depreciation Stocks and Bonds. 105,679.56 9 720,083.55 

Cash balance, June 30th, 1934 $ 



SUMMARY 

June 30th, 1934 

Cash balance, American Bank & Trust Co S 305.44 

Stocks and Bonds, Whitney National Bank, Custodians 142,259.00 

Book Value of Florida Lauds 1,025.30 



i 
Less unpaid note. American Bank & Trust Co 4,200.00 



Net Value of Fund 9 139,389.74 

MRS. MARIE HORTENSE LIEUX 

Legacy 

INVESTMENTS; 

Not including certificates, Crescent City Bid. & Loan 

Association $ 1.5511(H) 

Cash received from Interest $ 106.36 

Cash paid Church at Chenal 47.57 

I 58 79 

Cash balance, June 30, 1934 58.79 

Stocks and Bonds 1 ,550.00 



9 1,608.79 S 1, COS. 79 



TREASURER'S REPORT 87 

STATEMENT OF THE MILLIKEN MEMORIAL FUND 
For the Year 1933 
and from January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 

Fund bequeathed by the late Mrs. Deborah Allen 
Milliken to provide a yearly revenue for repairs 
and refurnishings of the Richard Milliken Mem- 
orial Hospital for Children, Accepted by the 
Board of Administrators of the Charity Hospital. 
(See resolution, Minutes Book, Page 129 J. See 

Statement of "Investments" $ 58,717.11 

Cash Balance, January 1, 1932... § 1,016.80 

O. C. Reppel, 1931 15,00 

Cash Certificate matured, 1931 _ 98.00 

Cash bonds purchased, 1931... 1,002.50 

S 59,719.61 8 1,129.80 

Deduct certificate matured, 1931.. 100.00 

Deduct bond purchased plus accrued interest, 1931. 1,011.83 

June 30th, 1934— Bonds $ 59,619.81 

June 30th, 1934— Cash $ 117.97 

EXPENDITURE AND INCOME 
MILLIKEN BUILDING 
Year 1933 

Materials purchased S 3,254.69 

Material and labor furnished by Hospital 1,332.58 

S 4,587.27 
Income from investments 2,711.82 

S 1,875.45 
Charged off December 31st, 1933 g 1,875.45 

January 1st, 1933, to June 30th, 1934 
Material purchased __,$ 901). 77 

Matt-rial and labor furnished by Hospital 1 ,761 .73 

S 2,668.60 
Income from Investments 1,292.29 

$ 1,376.31 
Chargedoff June 30th, 1934 $ 1,276.21 

STATEMENT OF PREST ENDOWMENT FUND 
For Observation Room 
31 Shares $100.00 each full paid-up Reliance Home- 
stead Stock... 3 3,100.00 

New Orleans Public Belt R. R. Bonds 1,900.00 

$ 5,000,00 

Interest earned to December 31st, 1932 $ 2,2-12. 20 

For Maintenance of Observation Room $ 2,242.20 



68 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

SISTER STANISLAUS SPECIAL ACCOUNT 

TRUST rUND 

By Cash balance December 31, 1032 $ 2,005.02 

Paid on Sisters' Warrants _ 1 ,3t; 

64; 
Collected from Nurses, 1934 120.00 

Balance June until, 1934 $ 70 I 

STATEM ENT O F 

"WISNER LANDS" 

Located in Parishes of Lafourche, Jefferson, and St. John the Baptist, Loui^ 

Donated by 

MR. EDWARD WISNER 

As Follows : 

To the Wisner Heirs 40% 

To the City of New Orleans ._ 34.8% 

To Tulaiie Umverwty 12% 

To Charity Hospital 12% 

To Salvation Army 1-2% 

100% 

April 8th, 1930 $ 6,0. 

March 31st, 1933 - __ 

April 14th, 1934 __ 1,081 37 

June 30th, 1934 306 



$ 8,71= 



ANNA WORMAN ESTATE 



25 Shares Hudson Milling Co. of Colorado $ 25.00 $ 25.00 

10 Shares Latin-American Life 8c Casualty Ins. Co., 

N. 50.00 50.00 

S 75.00 $ 75.00 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 S8-A 

PATHOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 

October 2, 19! 
Dr. George S. Bel, Chairman, 
Dr. Arthur Vidrine, Superintendent, 
and the Hoard cf Administrate v 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans. 

Gentlemen: 

I desire to submit the following report of the activities of the Depart- 
of Pathology for the year 1933 and the fiscal year (July 1, LI 
June 30, 1934 i. 

1. ORGANIZATION. 

As outlined !u previous reports, the departmental work was conducted 
agh various divisions, each division being maintained as an inde- 
pendent unit in charge of properly qualified medical personnel with ihe 
red trained technical assistants. During the past fiscal year tin? 
divisions have functioned satisfactorily in their enlarged quarters, and 
!ber< j has been, as will be noted in the compilation hereinai; led. a 

marked increase in the number of examinations performed by each division. 

2. AUTOPSIES. 

The largest number of autopsies for any period of twelve months in 
the history of the Charity Hosipital was performed during the period cov- 
ered by this report. During the latter part of the year 1933 all unclaimed 
in the services of the two schools using the clinical 
nf the Charity Hospital were turned over to these schools to 
of their ai i ami pathological departments, 

ni, attempted in an experimental manner by your Director and nfter- 
Is recommended to your Board as a permanent policy, was finally 
adopted. This method of distribution has proved very satisfactory ami no 
complaints have been received from either school regarding it. 

The following table gives the number of bodies available for autopsy, 
the number of autopsies performed and the percentage of autopsies since 

Year Bodies Available 
for Autopsy 

1920 1531 

1921 1546 

1922 1677 

1923 1S14 

1924 2087 

1925 2342 

1926 222S 

1927 2391 
192S 2S07 

1929 2461 

1930 2503 

1931 2750 

1932 2820 

1933 2271 
.; year (July 1. 1933— 

j une 30, 1934) 2391 1394 68.3? 



Autopsies 


Percentage 


226 


14 . 




21.6% 


377 


22.! 


303 


16.7 


300 


1 1 .' 


407 


17.3% 


494 


221 


408 


17. "■ 


657 


26.o:: 


r,r,:\ 


' 


751 


8M 


793 


as. a 


1082 




1400 


61.'- 



MSB PATHOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 



3. MEDICAL PERSONNEL. 

The medical personnel was increased since the last report and at 
this date consists of eight full-time physicians in addition to the Direutor. 
The medical personnel performs its duties efficiently, conscientiously 
and harmoniously. Its members deserve great credit for the present 
clency of the Department 

4. TECHNICAL PERSONNEL. 

The technical personnel was increased as a result of the demands 
made upon the Department. It is sincerely hoped that for the coming 
fiscal year some increase In the salaries of Ita members will be possible 
The technical personnel, consisting at present of practically all college 
trained and degreed persons, Is to be commended for the Interest and 
tion Its members have shown In the performance of their duties. 

5. APPARATUS, EQUIPMENT AND PHYSICAL PLANT. 

The laboratory at present is well-equipped to perform all examln: 
required by the Hospital. Four new Sanborn basal nietabolorat- 1 
purchased during the fiscal year and installed In the Bpecial quarters re- 
cently provided for the division of basal metabolism. The new quarters 
occupied by the laboratories on the first floor of the Loulaii 
rt.iversity Medical Center Science Building are already beginning to be 
crowded. 

6. LIBRARY. 

The same plan as previously noted for the maintenance of a small 
departmental library was carried out. Recently many issues of journals 
were bound in permanent form. 

7. PUBLICATIONS, 

Since the last report the following publications have come from 
Department of Pathology: 
D'Aunoy and Haam— Aneurysm of the pulmonary artery — British Journal 

of Pathology. 
D'Aunoy and Fine — Report of the Pasteur Institute of the Charity 

pital of New Orleans Tor the years 1931-32— New Orleans Meeii 

and Surgical Journal. 
D'Aunoy and Connell— Osteitis fibrosa localiBata of the patella — Joi 

of Bone and Joint Surgery, 
D'Aunoy and Fine — Influence of rabic virus on the agglutination of 

teus X 19 organisms — Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 
D'Aunoy and Fine — Pseudomyxoma peritoneum of appendiceal origin with 

review of literature and report of a ease— American Journal of Caiv 
D'Aunoy and Connell— Report of the Pasteur Institute of the Charity 

Hospital for 1933 — New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal. 
D'Aunoy — Antlrahic vaccination by means of desiccated virus — American 

Journal of Public Health. 
Connell, Fatheree. Kennedy & MeSwain— Treatment of burns with gentian 

violet — The Journal of the American Medical Association. 
Haam — The constitution of the cancer patient— New Orleans Medical ami 

Surgical Journal. 
Haam — The pathology of Intracerebral hemorrhage in the newbi' 

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Haam & Fine — The effect of peritoneal lavage in acute uremia — Pri>. 

ings of the Society for Experimental Medicine. 
Haam and Culpepper— Primary carcinoma of the liver with extei 

metastasis of the Inferior vena cava — American Journal of Cancer. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 88-C 

Haarti and Beard — Pathology of the liver and spleen in nuiritional anemia 
in rat — Journal of Experimental Biology. 

Fine and Alexander — Maggot therapy. Technique and application — 
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 

Pine — Estimation of the basal metabolic rate by means of a formula- 
Medical Journal and Record. 

8. COOPERATION WITH MEDICAL SCHOOLS. VISITING STAFF. 
HOUSE STAFF AND INTERNE STAFF. 

Every attempt has been made to cooperate with the medical schools 
and the various departmental house and visiting staffs. Protocols of 
autopsies are mailed to the chief of service from which the case origi- 
nated. Interesting specimens are made available to the schools. Staff 
ilana, both visiting and resident, are notified of all autopsies and 
■il to attend same. Attendance at autopsies is obligatory for internes 
ami clinical-pathological conferences at frequent intervals are held for 
them. The Department actively participates in the teaching of nurses. 

9. DEPARTMENTAL RECORDS. 

The departmental records are now properly stored in the main labora- 
tory and in special space provided therefor in the new record room created 
in the basement of the white female unit. The same general method of 
filing as previously reported has been in use and lias proved entirely 

factory. 

10. DEPARTMENTAL EXPENSES. 

The following tableau presents a comparative statement of the depart- 
ment's expenses for the years 1927, 1932, 1933, ami the fiscal year (July 
'.?,— June 30, 1934). 



Fiscal Year 
1927 1932 L933 (July 1, 

1933- June 
30. Hi:! 4 

Salaries and wages $ 23.271.92 $25,159 22 $27,681.86 $28,670.48 

Supplies 4.646.26 3.425.49 3.125.03 3,493.92 

Apparatus and instruments 986.92 816.88 239 58 1,253.89 

Animals and feed..- 863.67 515.50 605.07 565.15 



Total - $29,768.77 $29,917.09 831,551.54 $33,983.44 



Since the last report all duties and functions of the Clerk's Office 

were taken over hy the Department. 

11. COMPARATIVE STATISTICAL REPORT OF EXAMINATIONS PER- 
FORMED. 

Fiscal Year 
1927 1932 1933 (July 1, 

1933- June 
30, 1934) 

Auxiliary Clinic Laboratory 20,252 46,640 60,982 65,647 

Bacteriology -- 2.425 29,654 35. 866 40,540 

Autopsies -- - *•>* 1.082 1,400 1,894 

Bio-Pathology.- - - 1,769 21,337 23,316 25,303 

Serology - /iBSlfli 53 ' 778 64 ' 123 (il ' 17 " 

Hematology - \ le - SIS / 1,042 2,688 3,889 

Bio-Chemistry. 5,446 30,270 30,096 34,454 

Basal Metabolism 223 1.361 1.683 1,918 

Total _ 47,342 185,164 220.154 239,615 

Antirabic Vaccinations 2.377 2.637 2.891 2,449 

Tota l_ 49,719 187.801 223,045 242,114 



88-0 PATHOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 



12. RECOMMENDATIONS. 

In view ot the tremendous volume of work now performed by the 
Department, it Is believed thai there should be created, as has b 
in most hospitals, a <i- il of clinical laboratories juriadictlonally 

separate from the Department of Pathology. This new departtnei 

tie the divisions of clinical pathology, bacteriology, serology, bu.s.il 
ad pathological chemistry. Sueb action would be in ke. 
v. ith the modem trends In hospital organization and administration. 

In submitting this report, I wish to thank the members of tiie Board 
of Administrators, the Superintendent, the House and Visiting Sr 

'.aboratory Staff for their loyal cooperation which has made it 
sible to administer successfully the Department of Pathology. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MONEY D'AUNOY, M. D. F 

Pathologist and Director of Laboratories. 



REPORT OF X-RAY DEPARTMENT S9 



REPORT OF X-RAY DEPARTMENT 

For the Year 1933 

Dr. Amedee Granger, Director 



DIVISION OF DIAGNOSIS 
Dk. E. W. Brown, Radiologist 
Dr. J, M. Miles, House Radiologist 
Dk. W. Satle, Fellow in Radiology 

Total number of patients examined 26,208 

Total number of plates used . 50,566 

Total number of Fluoroscopic examinations ._, 868 

HOSPITAL CASES 

White - 8,896 

Colored- 4,407 

ACCIDENT ROOM AND CLINICAL CASES 

White 8,846 

Colored..., - 4,059 

The Sizes or Films Used as Follows : 

6^x8^ - - -- 2,357 

8x10 12,986 

10x12 12,223 

11x14- - 11,950 

14il7 11,050 

The Parts Examined as Follows: 

Cranium and bones of face 1,418 

Sinuses. - 1,829 

Mastoids - 504 

Upper Extremities. 4,409 

Chests- - 8,475 

Abdomen and Pelvis _ 1,461 

Gastro-Intestinal tract _ 2,055 

Genito-Urinary tract.. 2,331 

Spinal Column - 859 

DIVISION OF THERAPY 

Dr. Wii. J. Devlin, RAiDOTUERAPErTisT 

Dn. J. M. Miles, House Radiologist 

Superficial Therapy Treatments 6, IS5 

Deep Therapy Treatments 5,739 

Total — H.924 

Superficial Therapy Cases 3,255 

Deep TUerapy Cases 2,822 

Total - -- U.077 

Superficial Therapy, New Cases 503 

Deep Therapy Cases 417 

Total - 920 

Radium Applications 603 

Respectfully submitted, 

Amedee Granges, M. D., 
Director. 



90 L'UAKITY HOSPITAL-1933 

REPORT OF X-RAY DEPARTMENT 

January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 

Dr. Amedee Granger, Director 

DIVISION OF DIAGNOSIS 

Dr. E. W. Brown, Radiologist 

Dr. J. M. Miles, House Radiolooist 

Total number of patients examined 15,376 

Total number of plates used 2'.< 

Total number of fluoroscopic examinations 391 

HOSPITAL CASES 

White _ l 

Colored - 2,95") 

ACCIDENT ROOM AND CLINICAL CASES 

White _ ___ 4,873 

Colored .. 2 

The Sizes op Films Used ab Follows: 

W&&H 1,308 

8x10 7 ,2V, 

10x12 _-- 7 

11x14 7.:ii<> 

14x17 _-- G. 

The Parts Examined Ag Follows: 

Cranium and bones of face 

Sinuses .. .. 913 

Mastoids 

Upper Extremities 2 , 

Chests 5, 

Abdomen and Pelvis.. ._ „ 

Gastro-intestinal tract 1 ,129 

Genito- urinary tract I 

Spinal column 

DIVISION OF THERAPY 

Dr. Wm. J. Devlin, Radiotherapeutist 

Dr. J. M. Miles, House Radiologist 

Superficial Therapy Treatments 3,647 

Deep Therapy Treatments.. ___ 4.72H 

Total 8.381 

Superficial Therapy Cases :. 

Deep Therapy Cases 4,13™ 

Total 7.35S 

Superficial Therapy, New Cases 

Deep Therapy Cases 449 

Total 8S5 

Radium Applications 

Respectfully submitted, 

Amedee Granger, M. D., 
Director. 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT 



91 



HEART STATION— ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC 
LABORATORY 

1933 

Director 

RiCHAEtD ASIIMAX, Ph. D. 



Eih;aii Uvu.. M, D. 



Assistants 

Jakbs Goi a ex. M. D. 



Technical Assistant 
ELEANOR HafkESHRIXO, B. A, 



Researsh Assistant and Secretary 
<'.UI||;H1.\K Dli.WVE, B. S, 



Laboratory Technician 
Joseph Bcecjie 



White Colored White Colored 
Nesv Patients — Wards: 

Male 2,53 101 203 ]Q0 

Female 158 55 171 133 

567 607 

New Patients — Clinic: 

Male 158 LOS 150 Ml 

Female. IDii 301 ItH 422 

670 814 

Retobn Patients — Wards: 

Male... 66 20 75 29 

Female 27 11 3 6 2 () 

124 I,;,, 

Return Patients — Clinic: 

Male 40 14 43 Ml 

Female 24 14 _>- jj 

_92 1 J B 

Totals 1,453 1,696 

Grand Total 3,149 



82 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSES 

1933 
Jan.-June 
Sino-Auriculak Node Disturbances: 

Simple (Sinus) Tachycardia 220 

Simple (Sinus) Bradycardia _ 33 

Sinus Arrhythmia _ 47 

Sino-Auricular Block.. 

Abnormal P-Waves Iii'.i 

Inverted P-Waves 18 

Prominent P-Waves _ __ 29 

Shift of Pacemaker. 17 

Retrograde Conduction . 3 

Auriculo-Ventricular, Junctional or Nodal Rhythm 6 

Auricular Flutter: 

Pure 6 

Impure _. 1 

Auricular Fibrillation: 

With Ventricular Ectopics 29 

Without Ventricular Ectopics,. 30 

Paroxysmal Tachycardia: 

Auricular 3 

Junctional 2 

Ventricular 

Premature Contractions or Extrasystoles and Ectopics: 

Auricular Ectopics 82 

Junctional Ectopics 17 

Left Ventricular Ectopics 54 

Right Ventricular Ectopics 50 

Septal Ectopics 8 

Interpolated Ectopics... 5 

Blocked Auricular Ectopics 8 

Blocked Junctional Ectopics Q 

Combination Ectopics — Auricular 1 

Combination Ectopics — ■Ventricular I 

Multiple Ectopics 31 

Multifocal Ectopics 40 

Ventricular Escapes 5 

Bigcminy 19 

Trigeminy . 2 

Interference Dissociation 3 

Atrio-Ventricular Conduction Disturbance: 

Defective Auricula- Ventricular Conduction 127 

A uriculo- Ventricular Block, Partial 9 

Auriculo- Ventricular Block, Complete 6 

Intra-Ventriculaii Conduction Disturbance: 

Incomplete Bundle Branch Block (Right and Left). Hi 

Complete Bundle Branch Block (Right and Left).. 17 

Arborization Block 2 

Other Defective Intra-ventricular Conduction 88 

Low Voltage: 

Low Amplitude QRS, All Leads 51 

Minute Complexes — 

Short Blunt Complexes 1 



1933 

July-Dec. 

196 

1 
198 

169 

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3 

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71 

6 

1 

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6 

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5 

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8 
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27 

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ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSES 



MrSCEIXANEOUB ABNORMALITIES: 

R- Waves slurred up_ 

R- Waves slurred down 

S- Waves slurred up 

S- Waves slurred down 

Q- Waves Prominent 

Shift S-T Interval- 

Convexity down, S-T 

Convexity up. S-T .. 

Long S-T Segment 

Left Ventricular Predominance 

Right Ventricular Predominance 

T- Waves Isoelectric 

T- Waves Diphasic 

T-Waves Inverted: 

T-l - 

T-2- 

.- 

HighT-Waves __ 

Low T-Waves._ __ 

Digitaiixatiott Effects- _ 

Digitalis Intoxication 

U-Waves -_. 

Effect of Quinidine 

Prominent S- Waves in Three Leads 

Rotation of Electrical Axis 

Dextrocardia «. 

Alternation in Amplitude of R-Waves. 



1933 


1933 


an. -June 


July- Dec. 


210 


396 


157 


120 


38 


33 


80 


5-1 


35 


70 


111 


123 


28 


14 


7 


e 




14 


646 


594 


120 


121 


252 


130 


162 


179 


131 


00 


116 


ss 


333 


410 


8 


17 


177 


196 


146 


1-10 


1 


5 


1 


2 








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22 





1 





1 





4 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



CLINICAL DIAGNOSES 



with 



Syphilitic aortitis 

Syphilitic aortic regurgitation... 
Syphilitic aortic regurgitation 

aneurysm 

Aneurysm of aorta or innominate artery 

Syphilitic Coronary narrowing 

Cerebrospinal syphilis without heart 

disease 

Arteriosclerotic heart disease 

Arteriosclerotic aortic regurgitation 

Coronary thrombosis 

Essentia] hypertension without definite 

heart disease 

Hypertensive heart disease.. 
Cerebral sclerosis without heart disease 
Rheumatic carditis without valvular 

disease 

Acute rheumatic carditis 

Rheumatic mitral stenosis and insuffi 

ciency 

Rheumatic aortic regurgitation and 

mitral stenosis 

Rheumatic aortic stenosis 

Rheumatic aortic regurgitation 

Rheumatic aortitis 

Hyperthyroidism, with and without 

heart disease 

Hypothyroidism 

Congenita) heart anomalies 

Pulmonary heart disease 

Subacute bacterial endocarditis 

Toxic heart disease, nephritic 

Toxic heart disease, anemic 

Toxic heart disease, miscellaneous 

Acute pericarditis 

Chronic Adherent pericarditis 

Potential or possible heart disease 

Chronic myocarditis of unknown eti- 
ology 

Primary dextrocardia 

Secondary dextrocardia 

Cardiac neurosis and neurocirculatory 

asthenia 

Xo heart disease 

Cerebral hemorrhage 



January-June 



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10 



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1 


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7 

16 



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122 

2 

10 

4 



2 
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18 

1 

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ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT 



95 



HEART STATION— ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC 
LABORATORY 

1934 

January-June 

WbIte Colored 
Patients — Wards: 

Male 298 15.', 

Female ___ 249 203 

905 
New Patients— Clinic: 

Male 159 148 

Female 130 403 

846 



Return Patients— Wards: 

Male 90 21 

Female. __ 33 36 

ISO 
Retuhn Patients— Clinic: 

Male 5-4 25 

Female 23 :il 

133 
Total - 



1,751 



313 



2,064 



w 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



CLINICAL DIAGNOSES 





January-June 




WM 


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10 
8 
1 

2 
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3 

14 
5 

97 
1 
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25 
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5 
7 


87 
3 
n 
4 
2 


42 


3 
1 




53 



14 

95 

2 
5 

22 


1 

21 
1 
3 
4 
2 
3 
2 
8 


98 
2 
1 
5 
1 


38 


37 

46 


11 
1 

54 
2 

5 

77 

3 
1 

2 

2 
3 

2 
1 

4 
3 
4 


27 
2 





31 


65 


Syphilitic aortic regurgitation 


IS 


Syphilitic aortic regurgitation with aneurysm _ . . 
Aneurysm of aorta or innominate artery 


1 
4 


Syphilitic coronary narrowing. _ 





Arteriosclerotic heart disease 


65 


Arteriosclerotic aortic regurgitation 


1 


Coronary thrombosis . 


1 


Hssential hypertension without definite heart disease 

Hypertensive heart disease 


18 


Hypertensive aortic regurgitation- . . 


1 


Rheumatic carditis without valvular disease 


4 


Acute rheu raatic carditis 

Rheumatic mitral stenosis and insufficiency... . ._ 


Is 


Rheumatic aortic regurgitation and mitral stenosis 

Rheumatic aortic stenosis 




1 


Rheumatic aortic regurgitation 

Hyperthyroidism, with and without heart disease 


1 

19 


Hypothyroidism... _ . 


1 




3 


Pulmonary heart disease 





Subacute bacteria! endocarditis 


D 


Toxic heart disease, nephritic . 




Toxic heart disease, anemic... 
Toxic heart disease, miscellaneous. 
Acute pericarditis, __ 


13 

1 


Potential or possible heart disease.. 


S3 


Chronic myocarditis of unknown etiology . 


4 


Primary dextrocardia 


o 


Cardiac neurosis and ncuro-circulatory asttenia 

Aneurysm of pulmonary artery... 




i 


No heart disease 









PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 



B7 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

January 1, 1933 to December 31, 1933 
MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 





BAKING 


MASSAGE 


INFRA 
HID 


1HA- 
TI1ERMT 


WATEK 
COOLED 
ULTRA 

yiolkt 


TOTAL 




94 I 

942 
I , 304 
1,131 
1,334 
1,148 
1,178 
991 
923 
1,025 

wy.i 
1,071 


1,154 
1,204 

1,443 
1,184 
1,399 
1,198 
1,364 
1,311 
1,119 
1,237 
1,158 
1,219 


607 
538 
540 
439 

.-,1'J 
726 
622 
857 

702 
f.S-l 

7. Mi 

581 


233 
222 
318 
253 
347 
205 
220 
L98 

L'l'l 
2s7 
230 
219 









Q 
2 





2,935 




2,906 




3,608 

3,007 




3,592 




3.277 




3,684 




3*867 




3,055 
3.233 


December, - 


3.161 
3,090 




12,981 


14,990 


7,718 


2,951 


2 


38,842 



January 

February 

March. 

April 

May -' 

June 

July 

August.- 

September 

October--- 

November 

December 

Total 



AIR 

COOLED 
ULTRA 
VIOLET 

198 

222 
374 
333 
397 
394 
203 
248 
176 
212 

20S 

3,294 



GAL- 
VANIC 



58 

tvs 
77 
B9 
89 
37 
29 
49 
32 
39 
89 
55 

701 



SINUS- 
OIDAL 



53 

55 
U7 
92 
80 
31 
16 
25 
48 
.-»:, 
47 
77 

676 



KARA- 
DISM 



74 
82 
107 
96 
78 
66 

ea 

66 

71 
50 
36 
28 

817 



WHIKL 
POOL 



59 

47 

ee 

73 
102 
118 

71 

58 





3 

lis 



690 



TOTAL 



112 

474 
721 
683 
746 
641 
442 
446 
327 
346 
■111 
466 

6,178 



98 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY RECORD 



1933 



January^ 

February 

March 

April „. 

May. __ 

June 

July- - 

August 

September 

October. 

November 

December 

Total 



WHITE 



NEW 

PATIENTS 



TOTAL 



1,767 



15g 


1,585 


139 


1,745 


168 


1,964 


171 


1,545 


213 


2.115 


14a 


1,800 


138 


1,916 


13$ 


1 ,771 


m 


1,585 


111 


1,669 


104 


1,635 


153 


1,834 



21.170 



COLORED 



NEW 

PATIENTS 



59 

58 
50 
86 
59 
40 
44 
40 
42 
74 
65 



687 



Total Treatments 44,820 

Total Patients... 30,142 

Total New Patients 2,454 

Number Working Days 301 

Daily Average Treatment . 149 
Daily Average Patients 101 



TOTAL 



1 



716 
667 
855 
704 
738 

040 

653 
666 

.007 



S , 972 



MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 
January 1. 1934 to June 30, 1934 



1034 


BAKING 


KAaSAOX 


INI RA 
RED 


DIA- 
THERMY 


WATER 
COOLED 
ULTRA 
VIOLET 


COLONIC 


TOTAL 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May. 

June. . 


1,392 

1,558 
1,531 
1,584 
1,422 
1,367 


1,535 

1,587 
1,711 
1,704 
1,536 
1,511 


785 
903 
1,252 
1,202 
1,239 
1,114 


308 
360 
466 
552 
527 
545 





12 

7 

2 

84 








'.).-, 

6* 


4,678 

5.049 




S . B6 1 


9,584 


8,495 


2.7.1S 


105 


159 1 27 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMKNT 



99 



MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 



l'.l'-U 



January. 
February 
March _ _ 

April 

May 

June 



AIR 
COOLED 
ULTRA 
VIOLET 



387 
386 
515 
614 
697 
469 



3,0138 



GALVA- 
NISM 



09 

97 
176 
141 
128 
10!) 



720 



SINUS- 
OIDAL 



91 

78 
119 
48 
71 
42 



■l-l'.i 



faha- 

DI3M 



44 
70 
S3 
67 
39 
40 



343 



WHIRL 
POOL 



48 

38 

89 

121 

122 

134 



555 



639 

669 

982 

994 

1.057 

794 

5,135 



January 1, 1934, to June 30 1934 





WHITE 


COLORED 


1934 


NEW 
PATIENTS 


TOTAl 


NEW 
PATIENTS 


TOTAL 


January 


180 

157 

134 
HiO 
150 
175 


2,066 
2,2;s;; 
2,600 
2,964 
2,988 
2,756 


73 
79 

64 
51 
70 
72 


1,016 

985 
1,291 
1,085 
1,284 

1,148 


March 


June 




950 


15,587 


109 


6,809 



Total Treatments 33,090 

Total Patients 22 ,396 

Total New Patients 1 , 365 

Number Working Days 153 

Daily Average Treatments. 216 
Daily Average Patients 146 



100 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

ANNUAL REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD FOR 

YEAR 1933 

Surgical dressings Bent to the hospital during the year. 

Standards Dressings . 83,223 

Amputation Sponges 380,900 

Lap-sixes 18,612 

Perineal Pads 1,486 

Surgeons' Masks _ . 515 



Total 484,736 

Number ol Garments sent to Hospital during year 2,912 

Number of meetings held during the year „ 64 

Number of workers at meetings 940 

Number of surgical dressings made and sent to Hos- 
pital from 1919 to 1931 „... 4,004,019 

OFFICERS FOR THE TEAR 

President — _ — Mbs. C. Warren Qe 

/ Miss Rktta Lyons 

Vice-Presidents—— J Mr s- Reginald Carter 

\ Mas. John M. Parker 
( Mrs. John H. Musseb 

Treasurer. , „ _ ^ Mrs Harry Howard 

Recording Secretary Mbs. Ciiaille Jamison 

Corresponding Secretary _ —_„ — Miss Mary Spencer 

Publicity Chairman , Mas. Albert Baldwin 

DIRECTORS 

Mas. Joseph Collins Mbs. Prank Hetiu ne 

Mrs. W. L. S, Gordon Mrs. Felix Vaccaro 

Mrs. T. B. Norton Mrs. A. J. NelsoH 

Mrs. C. B. Griffith Mrs. William Block 

Mrs. Frank Butler Miss Hattie Fowleb 
Mrs. Lamar Qitintero 



REPORT OF HOSPITAL GUILD 



101 



SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD 

FOR YEAR FROM JANUARY 1st, 1934, TO 

JUNE 30th, 1934 

Surgical dressings sent to Hospital during the year. 

Amputation Sponges ___ 279,360 

Standards .____ 104,103 

Lap-sixes — — .. . , . . — 12,101 

Perineal Pads 3,872 

Surgeons' Masks . _. 1,219 



Total 



Number of garments sent to Hospital. 
Number of meetings held 



100,666 

1,276 

_ 46 
_ 741 



Number of workers at meetings 

Number of surgical dressings made and sent to the 

Hospital from 1919 to July 1st, 1934________.4,407,67. 



President 



OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 
_ — _ Mrs. 



C, Warren Gilmeu 



Vice-Presidents . 



Treasurer — ___ — — 

Recording Secretary- 

Corresponding Secretary,. 
Publicity Chairman 



{Miss Retta Lyons 
Mas. Reginald Cartes 
Mns. Jons M. Parker 
Mrs. John H. Musser 

-- Mrs. Harry Howaku 

Mrs. Ohauxe Jamison 

_ Mies Maby Sr> 

Meis, Albert Baldwin 



DIRECTORS 



Mrs. Joseph Colluts 
Mrs. W. L. S. Gordon 
Mrs. T. B. Norton 
Mbs. Frank Butler 
Mrs. Frank Bethune 
Mrs. Lamar Quintero 



Mas. Felix Vaccaro 
Mas. A. J. Nelson 
Mrs. C. B. Grim i in 
Mas. William Block 
Miss Hatxxb Fowler 



102 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

REPORT OF OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Sister Julia, R. N. f Madge Boudbeaux, 

Director Secretary 

Mildreb Carstejts, H. N., Gbace Grafton, R. N., 

Supervisor, Student Nurses Supervisor, Colored Clinics 

Nettie Lambert, R. N., Betji.aji Barix, R. N., 

White Follow- Up Work Colored Follow-Up Work 

MBS. M. Woolferq, Mrs. A. Mosemax, 

Supervisor, White Clinics Information Clerk 

Fi.oretta Thkn-sted, Thelma Boydell, 

Office Supervisor, Colored Clinics Office Supervisor, Wnite Clinics 
Evelyn Segura, Admitting Clerk 



January 15, 1934. 
To the Honorable Board of Administrators and Doctor Arthur Vidrine. 
Superintendent, of the Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans. 

Gentlemen: 

Again, it is our privilege to submit for your consideration the activities 
o£ the Out-Patient Department for the year 1933. 

The handicaps to our work, mentioned in previous reports, still exist. 
We need more room, and better equipment. Cramped quarters and archaic 
equippage are not conducive to good work, or to equanimity of dispositions 
and tempers. The sick poor of Louisiana are entitled to service that is 
not an anachronism. Medical research also demands a modern set-up. 
Many of our rooms, notably. Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Der- 
matology and Prenatal care are purely makeshifts. 

Ab will be seen by the accompanying statistical report, our total 
visits for 1933 are 402,221, an increase of 53,183 over 1932. Looking back- 
ward to pre-depressfon days, in 1928, we find the total visits were 260,054; 
yet, we are using the same physical plant, the same floor space in lH3:i 
with 402,221 visits. In such crowded conditions, it becomes a wearing 
struggle to uphold our standards of efficiency. However, despite the above 
hindrances, much has been achieved in the past year for the good of the 
nmbulatory poor. 

I. Achievements. 

Six new afternoon clinks have been opened during the past year: 

1. House Dentistry. 

Owing to the very crowded condition of the morning session, 
ii was thought advisable to transfer the House Dental Service to 
afternoon hours. This change has been most beneficial. 
Dental X-Ray. 

In October the Dental X-Ray work was transferred from the 
the Department of Radiology to the Dental Clinics in the Out- 
Patient Department. This necessitated the services of an X-Raj 
Technician in the Out-Patient Department. All requests for Dental 
X-Ray films must be authorized and approved by the Dental Staff. 
This prevents duplication of work. 

2. Postpartum and Endocrine. 

This clinfc is in connection with our follow-up work. The 
accompanying statistics show the excellent work accomplished. 



REPORT OF OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 103 

3. Varicose Vein Clinic, 

This clinic is realizing one of our roost cherished dreams, the 
intelligent care of all types of leg ulcers. Many patients have 
been coming three times weekly for many years just for dressings, 
with no amelioration of their condition, or any apparent signs of a 
permanent cure. The joy of the patients at their improvement, 
more than compensates uh for the added -work. 

4. Tumor Clinic. 

This very important clinic was opened in September, There 
are two sessions weekly, on Tuesday and Thursday, with lectures 
for the personnel on Saturday. This clinic requires a much better 
set-up than we have been able to give it. In order to meet the 
regulations of the "American Society for the Control of Cancer", 
we should have office space, dark rooms, and so forth. May we 
hope (hat in the future the Tumor Clinic attached to the State 
Charity Hospital, will be ail that it should be? 

5. Arthritfs Clinic. 

This session is an overflow from the Orthopedic Clinic. The 
crowded conditions of the morning session did not give the 
attending physician the time he needed for these in the early 
stages of Arthritis, hence, the institution of this afternoon clinic. 

6. Metabolic Clinic. 

This Is the Benjamin of the Out-Patient Department, our last 
effort in 1933 to open special clinics for special diseases. A prob- 
lem of this clinic, and a very serious one, is the impossibility of 
procuring insulin for those who cannot afford to huy it. Would 
that some philanthropic person create a fund for this purpose! 

7. Graduate Nurses in the Out-Patient Department. 

An achievement In which we take just pride, is the induction 
of Graduate Nurses into the services of the Out-Patient Department. 
We feei that their services help the patients and their presence 
adds dignity and a professional atmosphere to the department. 

II. Summary. 

In reviewing the year's work, the thought comes, "have we bene- 
fited our patients?" If the increase in visits to our Clinics may be 
taken as a criterion of our work, then, surely, we have accomplished 
some good. Obviously, the patients would not continue visiting Mm 
Out-Patient Department if they were not receiving some benefit 
therefrom. 

III. Appreciation. 

We express our sincere thanks to the members of the Board of 
Administrators, to the Superintendent, Doctor Arthur Vldrine, to the' 
Director of Pathology, Doctor Rlgney D'Aunoy, for many kindnesses 
to the Out-Pattent Department during the past year: to the Visiting 
Staff for their unfailing consideration; to the Interne Corps for their 
generous help; to the Social Service, Admitting Departments, and the 
Out-Patient Personnel for assistance and encouragement. 
The achievements of the past year would not have been possible, had 
it not been for the valuable co-operation and assistance received from the 
above administrators and co-workers. 

Respectfully submitted. 

SISTER JULIA. R. N„ 
Director, Out-Patient Department. 



I in 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



Service 

Surgery- „ 

Varicose Veins 

Tumor Clinic . 

Fractures 

Orthopedics 

Arthritis ... 

Obstetrics 

Post-Partum am] Endocrine 

Gynecology 

Male Urology 

Female Urology 

Salvarsan 

Congenital Lues 

Ophthalmology 

Ophthalmology (Refractions' 

Ear, Nose and Throat. 

Dentistry 

Dentistry {House ) 

Medicine — .. 

Cardiac 

Metabolic Clinic 

Neuro-Psy chiatry 

Pediatrics 

Well-Baby. _ 

Dermatology 

Allergy 

Totals 

Daily Average- 



January 15th, 1934 

Total Total 

New Cases Old Cases No, Visits No. Visits 
1933 1932 



1, 



13,234 

27 

58 

,162 

675 

n 

2,125 

119 

2,944 

3,157 

DM 

69 

10 

2,692 

u,M 

li.TOfi 

127 

7,689 

40 

6 

849 

3,255 

i ,eis 

2,743 
225 



58,166 

503 

326 

9,029 

6,396 

78 

13,921 

1,202 

11,899 

28,489 

4,678 

43,737 

526 

18,919 

1,831 

28,033 

19,240 

ss7 

47,855 

2,550 

20 

4,080 

17,263 

4,115 

11,251 

7,437 



71,400 

530 

384 

10,191 

7,071 

78 

16,046 

1,321 

17,848 

31,646 

5,374 

43,806 

536 

21,611 

1,831 

34,597 

25,946 

1 ,014 

55,544 

■2 . 596 

4,929 
20,518 

5,733 

13,994 

7,662 



56,790 345,431 402,221 



09,901 



10.003 
5,767 

~n~,&oS 

" 14 395 

27,020 

35,919 

75 

18,894 

2.078 

31,485 

22,368 

49~141 
429 

17,446 
1 , 902 
9,902 
5,954 

349,038 
1,315 



No. of patients referred to Hospital for operation from Ear, Nose 

and Throat Climes *j 22S 

No. of patients referred to Hospital for operation from Ophthal- 
mology Clinics 1 277 

No. of minor operations in Surgical Clinics 

No. of operations in G. U. for Men and Venereal Clinics 

No. of patients referred to Hospital from Venereal Clinics 1 1;» 

No, of doses of Arsphenamine given in Venereal Clinics 2,">,564 

No. of treatments including Arsphenamine in Venereal Clinics 7 l ^631 

No. of Spinal Punctures made in Venereal Clinics 

No. of Mantoux Tests made in Pediatric Clinics . . 

No. of X-Rays made in Clinics 10 910 

Total Laboratory Tests Made in Clinics 61 ',308 

No. of patients admitted to Hospital from Clinics.. 5, i ( ;.i 

No. of patients discharged from Clinics 7 537 

No. of Consultation Reports made in Clinics 19 ' 1 5 r > 

No. of Child Welfare Reports made for Year 1933 ..11.11 ' Vl 

No. of calls for Clinic Records for Year 1933 „ 



REPORT OP OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

FOLLOW-UP IN OBSTETRICS 
1933 



Months 



New Cases 



White 



Colored 



Cases 

Referred For 

Delivery 



White Colored 



Delinquents 



White Colored 



S, P. 

Wassermann 

Treated 

Before 

Deltvi-ry 



White Colored 



January. . 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July • 

August 

September 
October... 
November 
December. 

Totals 



79 

66 

101 

61 

109 

82 

66 

89 

113 

75 

70 

-lii 



115 

77 

99 

101 

113 

108 

102 

141 

I its 

109 

78 

53 



70 
60 
85 
43 
51 
75 
61 
68 
90 
73 
75 
57 



160 
191 

144 
119 
157 
137 
173 
195 
1WJ 

nil 
198 
220 



11 

2 

13 

35 

43 

70 

97 

104 

119 

118 

148 

132 



12 
3 

59 
88 
125 
156 
186 
213 
201 
273 
282 
237 



4 
4 

7 
5 
7 

L3 
8 

12 
7 
6 
1 
i) 



41 
54 

78 
52 
78 
109 
99 
72 
61 
65 
57 
54 



957 



1,204 



wis 



2,074 



892 



1,835 



72 



820 



Lettebs Sent Out: 

White 460 

Colored 1,319 

Retubned Uxclaimbb: 

White 95 

Colored 201 

Replies Rxcmtbo: 

White 4 

Colored 22 

Induced to Retubn: 

White 361 

Colored 1,006 



1 ,779 



386 



26 



1,367 



REPORT OF OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT 



107 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

FOLLOW-UP IN GENITO-URINARY 
1933 



MONTHS 


New Cases 


Discharged 

Apparently 

Cured 


Referred 

To 
Hospital 


Delinquents 




White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 




94 
104 
213 

88 

121 

132 

110 

122 

157 

77 

78 

82 


148 
131 
131 
202 

238 
301 
220 
288 
220 
209 
182 
137 


20 
28 
29 
17 

9 
14 
10 

9 

14 
11 

4 
12 


23 

29 
6 
10 
<i 
20 
15 
14 
18 
11 
19 
18 






1 



1 



1 
1 








5 


2 



6 

3 
4 
5 


48 
60 
45 
53 
58 
48 
20 
16 
32 
36 
59 
54 


153 


February 


92 
69 




81 




96 




113 


August 


46 

147 
216 


November 


110 

87 

212 






Totals 


1,378 


2,404 


177 


192 


4 


25 


519 


1,422 



Totai, New Cases: 

White- 1,378 

Colored. 2,404 

Letters Sent Out: 

White 584 

Colored 2,196 

Induced to Retubn: 

White 449 

Colored 1,646 



3,772 



2.780 



2,096 



108 CHAEITY HOSPITAL- 1933 



July 17. 1934. 
Doctor Arthur Vidrine, Superintendent, 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana. 
Dear Doctor: 

The following is the report of the Out-Patient Department from Tanuarv 
1st. 1934 to June 30th, 1934: 

Services 
Surgery 

Varicose Vein _ 

Tumor Clinics 

Fractures 

Orthopedics 

Arthritis 

Obstetrics 

Post Partum and Endocrine 

Gynecology — 

Male Urology 

Penule Urology.. 

Salvarsan „ — 

Congenital Lues 

Ophthalmology 

Ophthalmology (Refractions) 

Ear, Nose and Throat 

Dentistry .. 

Dentistry (House) 

Medicine 

Cardiac. 

Metabolic Clinic ... 

Neuro- Psychiatry 

Pediatrics 

Well- Baby 

Dermatology.. 

Allergy - 



New 


Old 


Total 


Cases 


Cases 


Visits 


6,163 


24,872 


:;i ,03.-. 


57 


1,095 


1,152 


SO 


965 


1 ,054 


602 


4,537 


5 , 139 


■1-10 


3,723 


4,163 


4 


:;*2 


3S6 


912 


7,227 


8,139 


47 


S51 




1.685 


7,849 


9,434 


1,396 


12.869 


11,265 


372 


2,363 




84 


20,217 


20,301 


28 


308 


336 


1,509 


11,258 


12,767 




778 


778 


2,916 


15,262 


18,178 


3,441 


11,182 


14,62:; 


103 


772 


875 


3,851 


26,612 


30. 


22 


1,570 


1 ,592 


21 


398 


419 


341 


1,904 


2,245 


1,501 


8,918 


10,41'.> 


778 


1,822 


2,600 


1.378 


6,722 


8,098 


77 


4,389 


4,466 



Totals 27,715 178,845 206,560 

Daily Average 1311 

No. of patients referred to Hospital for operation from Ear, Nose and 

Throat Clinics -.---- - 1,596 

No. of patients referred to Hospital for operation from Ophthalmology 

Clinics — „ .. 752 

No. of minor operations in Surgicat Clinks 

No. of operations in G. U. for Men anil Venereal Clinics. 43 

No. of patients referred to Hospital from Venereal Clinics 12 

No. of doses of Arsphenamine given inVenereal Clinics__ 11,203 

No. of treatments including Arsphenamine given in Venereal Clinics 33 , !j|7 

No. of Spinal Punctures made in Venereal Clinics 450 

No. of Mantoux Tests made in Pediatric Clinics . 1§2 

No. of X-Rays made in Climes — 5,1)15 

Total Laboratory Tests made in Clinics _ _ 32,931 

No. of patients admitted to Hospital from Clinics 2, 752 

No. of patients discharged from Clinics 4,033 

No. of Consultation Reports made in Clinics 10,323 

No. of case reports sent to Child Welfare Association ._ 57 

No. of calls for Clinic Records __ _ 3,476 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sistek Jolia, R. N., 

Director, Out-Patient Department. 



REPORT OF OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 



109 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

FOLLOW-UP IN OBSTETRICS 
January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 



Months 


New Cases 


Cases 

Referred For 

Delivery 


Delinquents 


S. P. 

Wassermann 

Treated 

Before 

Delivery 




White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 




37 
54 
91 
42 
84 
105 


110 
172 
193 
15S 

266 
208 


56 
45 
54 
33 
52 
33 


169 
135 
168 
162 
132 
155 


98 
110 

83 
92 
78 
80 


213 
184 
243 

257 
210 

207 


4 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 


35 




34 




26 




59 




79 




100 








413 


1.107 


273 


921 


641 


1,314 


15 


333 







Letters Sent Oct: 

White 162 

Colored 742 

Returned Unclaimed: 

White-- -— 22 

Colored 136 

Replies Received: 

White_ .-■_ 10 

Colored-- — 41 

Indtjced to Retcrn: 

White 131 

Colored 565 



904 



158 



51 



110 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



January 15, 1934 
REPORT OF DENTAL CLINK 

1933 

Extractions __ _ _ 24.634 

Treatments 1 223 

X-Rays— _ -I-"""""™"":™"": 870 

Abscesses _ g2*> 

pyorrhea --->::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::: so? 

Consultations ._ ] g^y 

Admissions ' or 

A I veolectomy ~""SS"""S. 105 

Charles P. Kelleher, D. D. S.» 
Senior Visiting Surgeon. 

Dental Department. 



REPORT OF DENTAL CLINIC 



111 



July 17, 1934, 

REPORT OF DENTAL CLINIC 

January 1, 1934 to June 30, 1934 

Extractions _ 1,859 

Treatments - 1,872 

X-Rays- 1,052 

Abscesses 383 

Pyorrhea - _ 910 

Consultations.. 886 

Admissions 91 

Alvcolectomy 37 

Charles P. Kelleheb, D. D. S., 
Senior Visiting Surgeon, 
Dental Department. 



July 17, 1934 

REPORT OF HOUSE DENTAL CLINIC 

January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 

Ward Patients 1,831 

Qut-Patients 1,025 

Extractions _-.. 3,578 

Cases of Extraction under Gas 40 

Treatments and Dressings 838 

Alveolar Abscesses. 43 

Reduction of Fractures ( Wired) 20 

Blaise P. Salattch, D, D. S-, 
Resident Dentist. 



112 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 



REPORT OF THE ALLERGIC CLINIC 

July 1st, 1934. 
ON HAY FEVER. ASTHMA AND SKIN ALLERGY 

To the Honorable Board of Administration of the Charity Hospital. 
New Orleans, Louisiana, 

Gentlemen: 

I beg to submit the following report of the work done ia the Allergic 
Clinic. From January 1st, 1933 to July 1st, 1934, we gave 12.128 treat- 
ments and held 302 consultations with Medical, Pediatric and Eye, Nose. 
Ear and Throat, Skin and Surgical services. The cases treated were dis- 
tributed as follows: 

16% Skin Allergy 

30% Asthma 

21% Hay Fever 

12% Hay Fever and Asthma 

Eighty-four cases on Allergy were treated with Brook's tvpho-protein 
with the following results: 

ASTHMA 

Spring, Improved 15% Agg., 10% 

Fall, Improved 40% Unimproved, 10% 

Per. Improved 25% - 

Thirty Allergic cases were treated with Histamine, with the following 



resutt 

ASTHMA 



HAY FEVER 



Spring, 30% Improved 
Fall, 10% Improved 
Per., 50% Improved 



Spring, 14% Improved 
Fall, 42% Improved 
Per., 42% Improved 



Fifteen per cent of all our cases are clinically well. We requested 
132 of the 881 cases still under treatment to fill in a questionnaire with 
the following answers. The cases were not selected, and represent the 
condition from the patient's own standpoint. 

The cases were distributed as follows: 

21 had Skin Allergy. 

16 had Hay Fever, and Asthma. 

28 had Hay Fever. 

67 had Asthma, 



REPORT OF ALLERGIC CLINIC 



113 



The result appears as follows: 

Number of 

Cases Improved Stationary Aggravated 
ASTHMA 

Spring 5 3 2 

Fall 38 15 3 2 

Fer.__ 39 27 14 

Total ---- 67 43 19 2 

HAY-FEVER 

Spring 19 16 3 

Fall.. .. ...8 2 1 2 

Per .— J_ 2_ 1_ 1_ 

Total 28 20 5 3 

HAY-FEVER AND ASTHMA 

Spring - 9 7 11 

Fall 6 5 1 

Per 1 1^ 

Total 16 12 3 1 

SKIN ALLERGY 

Alone 10 3 6 1 

With H-F 3 2 1 

With H-F and 

Asthma 7 6 1 

With Asthma— 1 1 

Total 21 12 S 1 

We sincerely thank the Charity Hospital and L. S. U. Laboratories 
for whole-hearted co-operation, also the various services co-operating with 
our Clinic. 

We also thank Park Davis & Co., Sharp & Dohme, Wm. S. Merrell 
Co Abbott Laboratories, Frederick Stearns, and G. D. Searle & Co. for 
experimental material. 

With the assistance of the Parking Commission, we have prepared, 
Tor the use of any one interested, a map of the City, showing the residence 
of 837 of our patients and their relation to weeds and Ligustrunis. 

Respectfully submitted, 

NARCISSE F. THIBERGE, M. D. 
LOITS CABOCHE, M. D. 



114 



CHARITY HOSPITAL- 1033 



Months 



Months 



REPORT OF THE CLERK 

MRS. K. HOOLEY 



ADMISSIONS 1933 
WHITE 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December. 

Total. 



Males 



834 

TO.') 
892 
89] 
998 

I ,221 

1,011 

983 

943 
859 

798 



11,094 



BOTS 



324 
258 
340 

389 
533 

379 
612 
513 

ua 

339 

298 



4,731 



Females 



909 

790 

976 

935 

1,216 

1,274 

1,504 

1,327 

1,205 

1,124 

863 

767 



12,890 



COLORED 



January... 
February., 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November. 
December. 

Total. 



Males 



.'.7'.) 
445 
524 
526 
628 
629 
718 
634 
.><! 

598 
555 

547 



0,972 



Bots Females 



216 
220 
237 
210 
256 
265 
196 
332 
301 
321 
264 
230 



3,048 



777 
710 
775 
677 
885 
910 
1,001 
962 
913 
982 
812 
798 



10,202 



Girls 



237 
225 
:M>< i 
259 
340 
471 
323 
562 
456 
323 
313 
264 



4,032 



Gjrls 



182 
172 
205 
156 
200 
229 
173 
251 
212 
254 
209 
225 



2,468 



Total 



1 ,978 

2 ,418 

2,943 
3,237 
3,427 
3,512 
3 , 157 

2,127 



32,747 



Totai 



1 , 75 1 
1 , 547 

1,7)1 
1,569 

2,03:i 

2,179 

2,015 
2.155 
1 ,849 
l ,800 



22,fl90 



White Male Adults 11,094 

White Boys. 4,731 

White Female Adults 12,890 

White Girls 4,032 

Total 32,747 

Grand Total 



Colored Male Adults 

Colored Boys 

Colored Female Adults 10,202 

Colored Girls.. 



Total.. .22.090 



.55,437 



REPORT OF CLERK 



at 



NATIVITY OF PATIENTS ADMITTED 

DURING THE YEAR 1933 



United States 

Arizona 

Alabama 

Arkansas -- 

California 

Connecticut 

Colorado 

District of Columbia 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 49 

Maine 

Maryland 

Mississippi I 

Massachusetts 

Missouri 

Minnesota 

Michigan 

Montana 

New York 

New Jersey 

New Hampshire 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Nebraska 

Oregon 

Oklahoma 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Unknown 

Utah , 

Virginia 

Vermont 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

hmgton 

West Virginia 

ill Dakota 

Toial 54,358 



55 

:u;s 

181 

35 

1.1 

10 

2 

2 

117 

im; 

2 

1.11 

69 

33 

23 

122 

,631 

7 

115 

,805 

32 

11.1 

25 

58 

7 

12.1 

20 

2 

58 

2 

15 

6 

52 

72 

89 

17 

33 

177 

293 

135 

l 

64 

1 

64 
4 

25 
13 
21 



Foreigners 

Alaska 3 

Austria 18 

Africa 1 

Arabia 8 

Belgium 2 

Canada 30 

China 6 

Cuba 15 

Central America 23 

Denmark 11 

England 38 

Egypt 17 

Finland 2 

France 52 

Greece 10 

Germany 68 

Hungary ifj 

Holland 6 

Hanover 5 

Honduras 26 

India 13 

Ireland 43 

Italy 440 

Japan j 

Malta 9 

Mexico 39 

Nova Scotia 1 

Norway 13 

Nicaragua 

Panama 5 

Portugal 11 

Philippine Islands 1,1 

Poland 5 

Porto Rico 17 

Russia 
Spain 



14 

23 

Scotland ]j 



Sweden 

Switzerland 

South America 

Syria 

Turkey 

L'n known 

West Indies _. 



S 

9 

4 

14 

1 

7 

20 



Total i ( ofii 

Grand Total 55,437 



Residence at Time of Admission 

New Orleans 29,696 

Louisiana 25,592 

Other States 1 1<) 

Total _. .5M37 



116 



ciiAiMTv hospital— less 



OCCUPATION OF PATIENTS ADMITTED 

DURING THE YEAR 1933 



Aviator 1 

Actors 15 

Artists 17 

Agents 58 

Butlers 6 

Butchers 45 

Bakers 61 

Bricklayers 21 

Barbers ., 76 

Boilermakers 27 

Blacksmiths 23 

Bookkeepers 24 

Bartenders is 

Children 5,573 

Clerks 674 

Carpenters 301 

Cooks 372 

Chauffeurs 159 

Conductors 17 

Cabinetmakers 11 

Customhouse Officer 1 

Cigar Makers 12 

Cab Drivers 6 

Contractors 7 

Coopers 6 

Dentists 10 

Domestics 21,758 

Druggists 19 

Drivers 172 

Drummers 65 

Dairymen 7!l 

Dyers 9 

Electricians 69 

Engineers 96 

Fanners 2,489 

Fishermen 221 

Firemen 68 

Gardeners 27 

Grocers 27 

Jewelers 6 

Jockeys 9 

Lumber Inspector 1 

Lawyers 4 

Laborers r 11,035 



Merchants 2 

Motormen 17 

Miners 22 

Ministers 5u 

Machinists 41 

Mechanics 206 

Maids 79 

Musicians 26 

Nurses 100 

Photographers 

Printers 60 

Plumbers 

Planter 1 

Painters 218 

Peddlers 

Porters 170 

Paperhanger 1 

Physicians 

Police Officers 32 

Pressers 60 

Prisoners 21 

Railroad Men 2S 

Slaters 5 

Shoemakers 30 

School Boys 5 p i05 

School Girls 4,091 

School Teachers 66 

Students 36 

Soldiers \\ 

Seamen 30, 

Telegraph Lineman I 

Telegraph Operators 15 

Telephone Operators 10 

Tailors , 22 

Tinsmiths 12 

Unclassified as to occupation. ,!7 1 

Undertakers 1 

Unknown 159 

Upholsterer 1 

Watchmen (39 

Waitresses 

Waiters 

Total 55,437 



REPORT OP CLERK 



117 



MONTHLY STATEMENT 



MONTHS 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October... 
November. 
December, 

Total- 



■a 


a 


P 


o n 


■4 


«; S 


a 


Hi X 






s 


►,* 


a 


d *■ 


o 


<o 


= 


o 


52,009 


1 ,677 + 


11,183 


1,826 + 


59,909 


1 , 932 + 


56,932 


I , 8S9 + 


62,799 


2,026 + 


71,646 


2,388 + 


75,272 


2,428 + 


75,784 


2,44-1 + 


::;.'jni 


2,-164 + 


68,007 


2,193 + 


62,066 


2,068 + 


59,986 


1 ,'.W5 + 


769,503 


25,280 



y. 
Z 






4,058 
3,525 

4. -JOS 

4,912 
5,270 
5,515 
5,691 
5,172 
i ,958 
4,214 
3,927 



55,437 



M 

s 

= 
■ 



5, 130 
5,199 

3,824 
3,910 

4,412 
4,722 
5,075 
5 , 59 1 
4,921 

5, toe 

3,843 
3,760 



51 ,793 



< 
a 



242 

220 
258 
246 
244 
263 
267 
267 
258 
2-tS 
261 
2I.s 



3,022 



< 



a 
'a 

14 
Y. 


PS 

a 



2!!s 
280 

26 1 

205 

•JOn 
253 
311 

307 

2*5 
333 
285 
310 



3,311 



til) 
52 
53 
55 
49 
54 
60 
19 
54 
46 
52 
50 



634 



1932 



COMPARATIVE TABLEAU 



Admissions - 48,077 

Discharges 45,200 

Deaths 2,820 

Births... 3,112 

Coroner's Cases— — 526 

Hospital Days_ 797,766 

Daily Average — 2,185 + 



1933 

Admissions. . 

Discharges 

Deaths.. 

Births 

Coroner's C 

Hospital Days 

Daily Average 



. 55,437 
. 51,793 
. 3,022 
. 3,311 

634 
.769,503 
■ 2,108 + 



US 



' IIAKJTV HOSPITAL- 1933 



DEATHS WITHIN 36 HOURS OF ADMISSION 



Patients Died in 



January 

February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October 

November. 
December. 

Total 



12 Hours 



11 
41 
31 
30 

27 

;n 

!- 

35 
33 
33 
37 



420 



24 Hours 



315 



30 Hours 



21 


10 


75 


31 


13 


85 


25 


10 




27 


<J 




2'J 


11 


117 


27 


lfi 


71 


ill 


14 


96 


111 


13 


65 


26 


11 


75 


If 


17 


ii(i 


•J.", 


16 


74 


29 


13 


79 



[56 



Total 



S91 



DEATHS, 1933 



MONTHS 



January — 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September- 
October 

November. 
December. 

Total. . 



WHITE 



76 

57 
50 
58 

57 
77 
-ll 
64 
65 
68 
58 



71 5 



IS 
11 
12 
L5 
21 
12 
II 
22 
19 
15 
19 
20 



Ills 



31 

35 
42 
33 
34 
38 
25 
34 

32 
35 
2 

2^ 



394 



12 

:< 
8 

7 

I I 

9 

9 

13 

12 

a 

13 

IS 



12-5 



< 

a 
5 



137 
111 
121 
110 
107 
116 
122 
110 
127 
123 
127 
124 



1,435 



COLORED 



52 
48 

tis 

71 

71 
71 

66 

Mi 
63 
til 
71 
50 



772 



11 
11) 
13 
li 
11 
17 
23 

12 
1 I 
16 
9 
16 



hi I 



2^ 
37 
47 
44 
-ID 
51 
40 
48 
■11 
36 
38 
40 



493 



14 
IS 

9 
12 
15 

S 
16 
17 
10 
12 

16 

18 



161 



- 
*■- 
& 

Q 

B 



105 
[OS 

136 

117 

157 

131 
125 
[34 

121 






REPORT OF CLERK 



119 



TABLEAU 

Showing the Respective Age of Patients Deceased tn the Charity 

Hospital in the Year 1933 



WHITE 



Under 1 year 

1 to 5 years 

5 to 10 years 

10 to 15 years 

15 to 20 years 

20 to 25 years 

25 to 30 years. „ 

30 to 40 years— 

40 to 50 years 

50 to 60 years 

60 to 80 years 

80 to 90 years 

90 to 100 years ... 

100 years and upward 

Total 



15 

9 

2 

3 

12 

4 

6 

11 

is 

25 

25 

4 

1 





135 



11 

A 

1 

2 

4 

2 

6 

12 

18 

17 

23 

4 





104 



13 

4 
3 

5 
5 

I 
9 

12 
20 
21 
2s 

:-; 

II 
I) 



127 



120 



104 



to 

1 

2 
2 

ij 

! 

3 

1! 
2.", 

2(1 

25 
2 




117 



12 

3 

1 

2 

-t 

7 

5 

15 

23 

17 

2 s 







117 



22 

9 

1 

n 
i 

i 

5 

12 

s 
20 
2.1 
2 
2 




120 



129 



121 



20 

1 


I 

s 
5 

Id 
Hi 
1-1 

31 
2 
II 




nit 



26 

7 
1 
2 
3 
3 
8 
9 

17 
9 

:;i 
3 





125 



Showing the Respective Age of Patients Deceased in the Charity 
Hospital In the Year 1933 



COLORED 



Under 1 year 

1 to 5 years 

5 to 10 years 

10 to 15 years 

15 to 20 years 

20 to 25 years 

25 to 30 years 

30 to 40 years 

40 to 50 years 

50 to 60 years 

60 to 80 years. 

80 to 90 years - 

B0 to 100 years 

100 years and upward. 

Total 



107 



116 



13 

(i 

1 

6 

5 

12 

6 

27 

13 

21 

22 
(1 






131 



17 

3 



3 

5 

11 

8 

11 

2:; 

25 

15 

2 


II 



12fi 



12 

3 
I 

3 
10 

ii 

12 

36 
26 

J 2 
3 

1 
I) 



140 



22 
3 
ii 
1 
4 

lo 
Id 

is 

211 

Hi 

I 

II 

II 



146 



29 

II 
2 
3 

7 

12 

6 
25 

2s 
12 
15 

(.! 



I) 



150 



in 
8 
1 

I 

in 

12 
12 
22 
21 
21 i 
I 1 



I) 



147 



129 



20 

•I 
5 
I 
i 

4 
13 
2! 
21 
Is 

13 


(I 
ii 



127 



142 



26 
8 
1 
2 
6 
5 
7 

IS 
16 
IS 
1.-, 


1 





123 



Total (Age) White Deaths. 1,438 

Total (Age) Colored Deaths 1,584 



Grand Total Deaths. _ 3,022 



120 



CHARITY HOSPITAL- 1933 



ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES— 1933 



Acadia 357 

Alien 212 

Ascension 515 

Assumption 413 

Avoyelles 799 

Beauregard 30 

Bienville 7 

Caddo 18 

Calcasieu 430 

Cameron 80 

Catahoula 45 

Claiborne 8 

Caldwell 39 

Concordia 71 

DcSoto 14 

East Baton Rouge 1.121 

East Carroll B9 

East Feliciana 248 

Evangeline . 283 

Franklin 68 

Grant 77 

Iberia 868 

Iberville 012 

Jackson 12 

Jefferson 2,848 

Jefferson Davis 201 

Lafayette 606 

Lafourche 1,03s 

LaSalle ">7 

Lincoln IS 

Livingston 58S 

Madison llfl 

Morehouse 43 

Natchitoches 38 



Orleans 29,171 

Ouachita 179 

Plaquemines 17; 

Pointe Coupee 394 

Rapides 601 

Red River 

Richland 

Sabine 11 

St. Bernard 624 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St. James 509 

.St. Fohn the Baptist 519 

St. Landry 1,071 

St. Martin 290 

St. Mary 689 

St. Tammany 1,400 

Tangipahoa 2 

Tensas 

Terrebonne 1 

Union 6 

Vermillion 

Vernon 45 

Washington . 1,296 

oster 5 

West Baton Rouge 162 

West Carroll 37 

West Feliciana 102 

Winn si 

Unknown . g 

Other States li>3 

Foreign 2 

Total 



REPORT OP CLERK 



121 



ADMISSIONS 

January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 

WHITE 



Month s— 1934 



Males 



Boys 



Females 



Girls 



Total 



Grand 
Total 



January. 
Februarj 

March 

April 

May 

June . 

Total. 



920 

KIMS 
(lOfi 

'.ISO 

,1-10 



305 
301 

327 
434 

379 

5iis 



9110 

904 

1,053 

i ,133 

1 ,:>,s7 
I (2S 



275 

2^K 

2114 
351 

356 
526 



2,556 
2,331 
2,550 

2, Mils 
3,261 
3,662 



5,;ir>3 



2,374 



6,901 



2,030 



17,258 



4,837 

4,133 
4,660 

r.,070 
5,494 

0,02-1 



30.02 4 



COLORED 



Months — 1934 


Males 


Bin s 


Females 


Girls 


Total 




580 
531 
615 
635 
713 
716 


306 
228 

298 
207 
224 
290 


961 
851 

959 
1,006 
1 ,IM 
1,092 


234 
192 
238 
270 
215 
264 


2,081 




1 ,802 




2,110 




2,178 




2,233 




2,362 








3,790 


1,613 


5,950 


1,413 


12,7*8 



White Male Adults- - 

White Boys 

White Female Adults- 
White Girls 



5,953 
2,374 
0,901 
2,030 



Colored Male Adults 3,790 

Colored Boy s__ 1,613 

Colored Female Adults 5,950 

Colored Girls_ 1,413 



Total 17,258 

Grand Total 



TotaL. 12,766 

- 30,021 



122 



(HAK1T1 !IOSI'lTAL-I933 



NATIVITY OF PATIENTS ADMITTED 

JANUARY 1, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1934 



United States 

Arizona 21 

Alabama 202 

Arkansas 161 

California 24 

Connecticut 1 

Colorado 1 

Delaware Jl 

Florida 79 

ia 68 

Idaho 1 

Illinois 80 

Indiana 27 

Indian Territory . 2 

Iowa 24 

Kansas 14 

itky 05 

Louisiana 26,618 

Maine 8 

Maryland IB 

Mississippi , 1,022 

Massachusetts 12 

Missouri 88 

Minnesota 20 

Michigan 26 

Montana 4 

New York 7!) 

New Jersey 5 

New Hampshire 3 

North Carolina 35 

North Dakota T 2 

Nebraska 4 

Oregon 5 

Oklahoma 36 

Ohio 59 

Pennsylvania 48 

Rhode Island 3 

South Carolina 27 

South Dakota 2 

Tennessee 90 

Texas 248 

Unknown 111 

Utah 2 

Virginia 36 

Vermont 3 

Wisrnnsin 15 

Wyoming 1 

Washington 2 

West Virginia 5 



Foreigners 

Alaska 

Austria 

Africa 

Belgium 

Canada 

China 

Cuba 

Central America 

Denmark 

England 

Europe 

Finland 

France 

Greece 

Germany 

Holland 

Hungary 

Honduras 

India 

Ireland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Norway 

Nicaragua 

Panama 

Portugal 

Philippine Islands 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Russia 

Spain 

Scotland 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

South America 

Syria 

Turkey 

West Indies 



2 
6 
1 
3 

! 
10 

11 

I 

34 
13 

34 

1 

29 

244 

3 

17 

2 
2 

1 
1C 

•_> 

a 

12 

11 

4 

3 
6 
3 
3 

; 



Total 29,445 Total 

Residence at Time of Admission 

New Orleans lA.Tfti 

Louisiana 

Other States II ZJIZilZ Z —Z 171 

Total 35^24 



REPORT OF CLERK 



123 



OCCUPATION OF PATIENTS ADMITTED 

JANUARY 1, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1934 



Actors 4 

Artists 5 

Agents 20 

Butlere 3 

Butchers 27 

Bakers 43 

Bricklayers 8 

Barbers 46 

Boilersmakers 12 

Blacksmiths 29 

Bookkeepers 17 

Bartenders -0 

Coppersmith 1 

Clerks . 306 

Carpenters 139 

Cooks 205 

Chauffeurs Sfl 

Conductors 7 

Cabinetmakers 8 

Cigarmakers 7 

Cab Driver 1 

Contractors • r > 

Coopers 4 

Children 2,923 

Dentists 2 

Domestics 11,995 

Druggists 5 

Drivers Jj5 

Drummers 75 

Dairymen 12 

Electricians 34 

Engineers HI 

Farmers 1.345 

Fishermen 103 

Firemen 37 

Gardeners 17 

Grocers 7 

Hostlers 6 

Jeweler 1 

Janitors 15 

Jockey • 1 

Lumber Inspectors 5 

Lawyers 2 



Laborers 5,776 

Merchants 7 

Motormen 5 

Ministers 20 

Machinists 72 

Mechanics 70 

Maids 47 

Musicians 17 

Nurses 18 

Photographers 2 

Printers 17 

Plumbers 19 

Painters 111 

Peddlers 54 

Porters gf 

Paperhangers 2 

Physicians 8 

Police Officers .':{ 

Pressers 42 

Prisoners II) 

Railroad Men 10 

Slater 1 

Shoemakers 9 

School Boys 2,600 

School Teachers 30 

School Girls 2,164 

Students 15 

Soldiers _> 

Seamen 40 

Telegraph Linemen 3 

Telegraph Operators 15 

Telephone Operators 11 

Tailors is 

Tinsmiths 2 

Unclassified as to occupation. 513 

Unknown 190 

Watchmen 5g 

Waitresses 136 

Waiters 47 

Watchmakers 7 

Total 30,024 



124 



CHAKITT HOSPITAL 1883 



Months— 1934 



MONTHLY STATEMENT 



January 

February.. 

March 

April _ 

May .. . 

June 

Total.... 



66,125 
62,0(i5 
76,233 

M), (111 

77,072 
82,244 



inj 43 



< B 
OS z 



2,133+ 
2,216+ 
2, 159+ 
2.680H 
2, L86 . 
2,741+ 



11,715 + 



4,637 
4,133 
4,660 

5,076 
5,494 

il. ('21 



30,024 



a 
a 
.■ 

= 



4,842 
3,«3« 

4,096 
4,805 
5 , 368 
5,590 



27,836 



267 
270 

243 
225 
245 
278 



1 ,52s 



293 

261 
293 
252 
218 
253 



1,570 



al 

pi 

Z 

- 
- 



-.1 
40 

41 






COMPARATIVE TABLEAU 
1933 

Admissions 55,437 

Discharges _ __ 51 ,7911 

Deaths... 3,022 

Births 3,;; II 

Coroner's Cases 634 

Hospital Days 769,503 

Daily Average 2,108 + 



1934— (6 Mos.) 

Admissions 30,024 

Discharges 

Deaths-.,... 1,528 

Births... 1^70 

Coroner's Cases 249 

Hospital Days. 

Daily Average 2,509 + 



REPORT OF CLERK 



125 



DEATHS WITHIN 36 HOURS OF ADMtSSION 
January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 



Patients Died in— 193-1 


12 Hours 


24 Hoc»3 


36 Hours 


Total 




30 

45 
28 
24 
26 
44 


26 

25 
25 
26 
29 
20 


10 
16 
12 
11 
16 
10 


66 




si; 




65 




61 




71 




74 






Total 


197 


151 


75 


423 



DEATHS 
January 1st, 1934 to June 30th, 1934 





WHITE 


COLORED 




Mo nths — -1 934 


us 

b 

a 
< 

a 


i 

> 
o 

M 


a 
a 


CD 

5 

5 


< 
o 


93 
H 

< 


n 


u 
J 

- 

E 


g 

3 


-< 
n 

g 






73 
72 
53 
50 
59 
74 


13 
16 

15 
22 
18 
13 


27 
48 
36 
27 
26 
37 


24 

7 

8 

9 

15 

13 


137 
143 

112 
108 

US 
137 


57 
HI) 
54 

53 

-17 
54 


19 
13 
20 
18 
26 
17 


41 
45 

4-1 

35 


13 
9 

13 

8 

19 

20 


130 
127 
131 

117 
127 
141 


267 




270 




243 




225 
245 




27s 


J UIl - 




Total 


381 


97 


201 


76 


765 


S25 


113 


253 


82 


773 


1,528 



126 



CHABITS HOSPITAL— 19SS 



TABLEAU 
Showing the Respective Age of Patients Deceased in the Charity 
Hospital from January 1st to June 30th, 1934 



Whitk— [934 



<r 1 Year 

1 year to 5 years. 

5 years to 111 years. 

10 years to 15 years 

15 years to 20 years 

20 years to 25 years 

-ears to 30 years 

ears to 40 years 

40 years to 50 years 

50 years to B0 years_ . 

60 years to 80 years 

80 years to 90 years 

90 years to 100 years . 

100 years and upward.. . 

Total 



X 



IS 
14 
2 
2 
2 
t 

9 

11 

17 

19 

38 

1 







137 



< 

- 
n 
- 



13 
9 

1 
2 
•I 
6 

17 
is 
23 
40 
4 





142 



11 

12 

2 



3 

2 

■1 

11 

13 

21 

33 

1 







113 



17 

13 

2 

2 

3 

6 

6 

6 

14 

1 1 

26 

2 







111 



19 

12 

3 

3 

2 

9 

5 

9 

16 

20 

24 

a 

o 





125 



10 

10 

3 

1 

6 

8 

."» 

12 

19 

29 

31 

3 







137 



Showing the Respective Age of Patients Deceased in the Charity 
Hospital from January 1st to June 30th, 1934 



Colored — 1934 



Under 1 Year_ 



1 year to 

ars to 
10 years to 
1 *i years to 
20 years to 

ars to 
30 years to 
•10 years to 

ars to 
60 years to 
80 years to 
90 years to 100 years 
100 years and upward. 



"> years 

10 years 



15 years. 
20 years. 
25 years _ 
30 years. 
40 years. 
50 years. 
(JO years. 
80 years. 
90 years . 



Total.. . 130 



< 



■is 
4 
1 
2 
B 

11 
9 

Is 

27 

15 
■' 






IB 
5 

4 

2 

4 

10 

11 

17 

23 

18 

17 

1 







128 



s 



27 

4 

3 

4 

1 

5 

4 

30 

24 

12 

16 









i;m 



Hi 
7 


3 
9 
7 

19 
25 
13 
12 






1 1 1 



31 
6 

2 

I 

8 
s 

17 

13 

18 

10 









120 



X 



17 
10 

7 

8 

7 

14 

29 

21 

21 









141 



Total (Age) 
Total (Age) 



White Deaths 

Colored Deaths. . 



765 
763 



Grand Total Deaths.. 



1,528 



REPORT OF CLERK 



127 







Table of Adml 


ssions, 


Discharges an 


i Deaths 




Vl.All 


RE- 
MAIN- 


AD- 


DIS- 


I>I 1.1) 


YEAR 


RE- 
MAIN- 


AD- 


DIS- 


DIED 




ING 


MITTED CHABOED 






ING 


MITTED 


CHARGED 




1833 


169 


3,851 


2,617 


1,114 


1884 


620 


7,280 


6,245 


981 


1834 


262 


5,841 


4,745 


1,052 


1885 


647 


6,143 


5,212 


1,005 


1835 


265 


6,205 


4,999 


1.226 


1886 


556 


5,807 


4,764 


965 


1836 


222 


4,754 


4,163 


585 


i 1887 


639 


5,350 


4,336 


940 


1837 


22S 


6,103 


4,640 


1,420 


1888 


722 


5,389 


4,590 


870 


1838 


271 


4,687 


3,890 


683 


1889 


651 


5,794 


4,928 


920 


1839 


239 


4,833 


3,611 


955 


1890 


642 


6,083 


5,015 


1,023 


1840 


267 


5,041 


4,370 


619 


1891 


686 


6,706 


5,634 


1,028 


1S41 


314 


4,380 


3,093 


1,156 


1892 


713 


7,735 


6,573 


1,135 


1842 




4,404 


3,516 


71G 


1893 


786 


8,330 


7,073 


1,184 


1843 




5,013 


3,672 


1,041 


1894 


780 


9,064 


7,927 


1,143 


1844 




5,846 


5,029 


563 


1895 


712 


9,812 


8,485 


1,423 


1845 


383 


6,136 


5,446 


56S 


1896 


858 


8,816 


7,518 


1,142 


1846 


401 


8,044 


7,074 


855 


1897 


651 


7,281 


6,447 


1,051 


1S47 


427 


11,890 


9,369 


2,037 


1893 


669 


7,734 


6,599 


1,117 


1848 


829 


11,945 


10,010 


1,897 


1S99 


573 


8,480 


7,286 


1,290 


1849 


609 


15,558 


12,133 


2,745 


1900 


644 


7,728 


6,549 


1,108 


1850 


719 


18,476 


15,989 


1,884 


1901 


617 


7,725 


6,640 


1,112 


] M 1 




18,420 


16,777 


1,871 


1902 


617 


8,176 


7,062 


1,116 


1852 




18,035 


15,027 


2,098 


1903 


600 


8,201 


7,045 


1,171 


1853 




13,7.™ 


10,733 


3.WM 


1904 


589 


8,689 


7,448 


1,179 


1854 





13,192 


9,976 


2,702 


1905 


683 


8.412 


7,206 


1,191 


1856 




12,192 


9,701 


2,391 


1906 


661 


8,457 


7,159 


1,295 


1856 




9,432 


8,601 


974 


1907 


691 


8,850 


7,414 


1,303 


1857 




7,914 


1,017 


1908 


782 


9,540 


8,103 


1,393 


1858 


672 


11,137 


8,993 


2,290 


1909 


788 


9,576 


8,263 


1,310 


1859 


644 


12,755 


11,257 


1,321 


1910 


819 


11,313 


9,700 


1,579 


I860 


730 


14,000 


12,257 


1,390 


1911 


911 


12,220 


10,593 


1,535 


1881 


891 


8,665 


7,918 


7!In 


1912 


937 


12,983 


11,325 


1,633 


1882 


J 6,016 


5,532 


719 


1913 


707 


14,349 


12,698 


1,766 


im;: j , 


418 I 5,043 


4,202 


688 


1914 


900 


16,742 


13,986 


1,867 


1864 


373 


4,861 


3, 999 


812 


1915 


863 


17,823 


14,985 


2,002 


1865 


423 


6,466 


5,580 


669 


1916 


825 


18,651 


15,826 


1,885 


1886 


640 


9,329 


8,108 


1,122 


1917 


784 


19,594 


16,137 


1,976 


1867 


738 


8,612 


7,260 


1,438 


1918 


727 


19,221 


15,385 


2,236 


1868 


637 


4,981 


4,365 


490 


1919 


742 


17,148 


14,176 


1,691 


1868 


660 


6,177 


5,327 


783 


' 1920 




15,999 


13,190 


1,531 


1870 


717 


7,837 


6,764 


1,118 


1921 




17,309 


13,855 


1,546 


1871 


672 


6,671 


5,730 


891 


1922 


825 


17,279 


15,455 


1,677 


1872 


700 


5,541 


4,846 


825 


1923 


993 


20,565 


18,870 


1,814 


1873 


570 


5,090 


4,124 


993 


1924 


897 


24,224 


21,907 


2,087 


1874 


543 


5,231 


4,360 


860 


1925 


1,128 


25,953 


23,632 


2,342 


1875 


554 


4,945 


4,121 


753 


192(5 


1,107 


27,292 


25,124 


2,228 


1S7(> 


525 


5,690 


4,780 


742 


1927 


1,047 


28,962 


26,363 


2,391 


1877 


693 


6,002 


5,290 


805 


1928 


1,255 


31,363 


28,637 


2,607 


1878 


600 


5,878 


4,615 


1,120 


1929 


1,474 


35,833 


33,393 


2,461 


1879 


604 


5,248 


3,390 


693 


1930 


1,451 


42,636 


39,669 


2,718 


1880 


643 


5.527 


4,140 


658 


19M I 


1,700 


i.-i, ls:l 


42,371 


2,803 


1881 


534 


5,843 


4,351 


828 


1932 


1,397 


48,077 


45,200 


2,820 


1882 
1883 


559 


6,980 


5,375 


805 




2,019 


66, 137 


51 ,793 


3,022 


868 


8,152 


7,134 


1,013 


1934* 


2.679 30,024 


27,836 


1,528 



■ Includes only January 1st to June 30th, 3934 



128 



t ' HA [M T V 1 1 1 >SPI T AL- I 933 



ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES 
JANUARY 1, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1934 



Acadia 150 

Allen 152 

Ascension 307 

umption 2li" 

Avoyelles 463 

Beauregard 28 

Caddo HI 

Calcasieu 236 

Cameron 12 

Catahoula 37 

Claiborne 1 

Caldwell 33 

Concordia 42 

DcSoto 3 

East Baton Rouge 659 

East Carroll 56 

I Feliciana 142 

Evangeline 191 

Franklin 23 

Grant 37 

Iberia 431 

Iberville 386 

Jackson 

Jefferson 1,411 

Jefferson Davis 182 

Lafourche 633 

LaSalle 53 

Lincoln 6 

Livingston 283 

Lafayette 357 

Madison 51 

Morehouse 24 

Natchitoches 25 



Orleans 15.718 

Ouachita 

Plaquemines 269 

Pointe Coupee l!'7 

Rapides 332 

Red River 1 

Richland 53 

tine 3 

St. Bernard 310 

St. Helena 

St. James 283 

St. John the Baptist 

St. Landry 631 

St. Martin 146 

St. Mary 3ti0 

St. Tammany 691 

St. Charles 

Tangipahoa I,.">tVl 

Tensas 

Terrebone 761 

( tiion 3 

Vermillion 

Vernon 50 

Washington 701 

Webster 

West Baton Rouge 101 

West Carroll 

Winn 28 

Unknown K, 

Other States 

West Feliciana 

Total 30.021 



REPORT OF CLERK 



12f> 



REPORT OF MILES OPERATING ROOM—1933 



Sister Paula, R, N. 
Supervisor 



ETTE FoXTAN, R. N, 

Asst. Supervisor 

Km m.\ Nkkmiam, R. N. 
Surg. Supervisor 

Mari- E. Koenig, R. N. 
Chief Anesthetist 



M win Cm kiski.l, R. N. 
Surg. Supervisor 

ViaoiNiA Reiiage, R. N. 

Sure. Supervisor, Ace. Room 

Lin i.w Gkbs, R. N. 
Asst. Anesthetist 



Katie Rolufs, R. N. 

House Anesthetist. Day 

Mildsed Gebs, Secretary 



G. E. Maktixez, R. N. 
Houbc Anesthetist, Night 



Doctor Arthur Vldrine, Superintendent, and the Honorable Members ol 
the Board ol Administrators of the Charity Hospital of Louisiana, 

Gentlemen: 

I desire to present the following report of the work that lias been done 
for the year ending December 31, 1933. The accompanying chart will show 
that we had a very busy year, but the pood cooperation of our Visiting and 
House Staff and the generous Operating Room Personnel enabled us to 
accomplish the following: 



Report of Cystoscopy Room 



January 

February 
March 

April - 

■■ 
June 
July 
August 
September 
October — 
November 
December 



332 
290 
3S9 
... 309 

388 

360 

338 

412 

_ 383 
352 
300 



Report of Accident Room 



Total 



4,184 



January 
February 


2,705 

2,358 


March 


3,363 


April „ 
.Mav 


3,162 
3,165 


June 


2,771 


July 


3,33+ 


August 


3,186 


September , 


a.Kis 


Octobi'i- 


. 2,950 


November 
December 


3,048 


Total 


36,612 



K«l 



rllAKITV IIOSl'ITAL-1933 



REPORT OF MILES 


OPERATING 


ROOM 


1933 








< 
P 

< 

81 

2.S.! 

105 
25 
31 

1 
8 
2 


* 
■< 

P 
« 

a 

B 

K 


= 
5 

< 




< 
a 


B 
SB 




•*> 


to 

P 
O 

P 

< 


a 
a 
a 


- 
g 

c 


- 

H 

S3 

i 

a 


a 

5 

5 

a 


3 3 
-r *• 

3 '- 


Ether. 

Spinal.. 

Local 

Nitrons Oxide 

ii I.i tea] . 


83 

293 
60 
44 
20 

1 
4 
1 


121 

349 

86 

39 

30 

2 

8 

2 


142 

300 

78 

45 

42 

8 
4 


ISS 

:; is 
111 

33 

4 
2 


213 
393 

58 

51 

37 

3 

4 

4 


'205 

413 

62 

50 

31 

2 

13 

4 


269 
431 

si 
40 
37 

3 
13 

6 


186 

::sti 
70 
56 

311 

g 

i 


199 

:-:os 
(',.-, 
42 
21 

6 

2 


155 

264 

45 

45 

23 

1 

6 
1 
1 
7 
1 


255 

1 

7 
1 


1931 
510 

1! 

1 


Spinal Ether ... 


Spinal-Ethylene 

Spinal-Nitrous Oxide.. 


Sactal ... 

Avertin. . .. . 


12 

7 


8 
6 


11 
11 


9 
5 


3 

I 
1 

1 


8 
6 


5 
2 
1 
1 


8 
5 


15 


5 


93 

44 


Avert in -Local 




1 


... 


1 














Avertin-Ether 




1 












Local-Ether .. 


2 
1 


*-*_ 


1 

2 

3 


1 




2 








Nitrous Oxide-Ether 














Local-Ethvlcnc 

Ethvknc-Kther 


2 

1 


2 


"j 


6 
2 


1 


1 


2 


1 
2 


--- 




Spinal- Local-Ether. . _ 


1 










1 


Spinal Local-Nitrous 
Oxide 






















1 


1 














1 


1 






























1 


"i 


1 


Cocaine. .. . . . 






















1 




























Total Cases 


560 


.",21 


005 


038 


725 


771! 


801 


S'.lo 


763 


712 


553 




S079 


Total Operations 


672 


657 


h77 


801 




963 


963 


1136 


979 


948 


691 







We also wish to thank the Charity Hospital Guild for their assistance and 
excellent work. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Sister Paula, R. N. 





YEARLY REPORT— 1933 






OBSTETRICAL WARDS 




Dm.ii khv Room Wabd 


363: 




Delivery Room Ward 275: 




Nitrous Oxide.. 




56S 

110 

6 

13 

5 

1 

1 
1 
1 


Nitrous Oxide 




Nitrous Oxide-Ether 




Nitrous Oxide-Ether.. 

Ether 

Chloroform.. .. 
Chloroform-Ether 

Total.. __. 


1 13 


Ether. 

Chloroform . 

Chloroform-Ether 
Chloroform-Nitrous C 
Chloroform-Nitrous C 

Ether 

Spinal 

Spinal-Nitrous Oxide. 


Ixide. 
>xide 


1 

1 
1 




706 





REPORT OF CLERK 



131 



REPORT OF MILES OPERATING ROOM 

JANUARY TO JULY, 1934 



SlSTKS PaLI.a, R. N. 
Supervisor 



Jl i\m:iti: Fontan, R. N. 
Asst. Supervisor 

Emma Neeoham, R, N. 
Surg. Supervisor 

M.ikv E„ KoENID, R. N. 
Chief Anesthetist 

Katie Rolofs, R. N. 

House Anesthetist, Day 



Mamie Cockbell, R. N. 
Surg. Supervisor 

Virginia Rehagi:, R. N. 
Surg. Supervisor, Ace. Room 

Lillian Gebs, R. x. 
Asst. Anesthetist 



G. E. Mabtixeb, R. N. 
House Anesthetist, Night 

MiLPBgp Gebs, Secretary 



Doctor Arthur Vidrine. Superintendent, and the Honorahle Members of 
the Board of Administrators of the Charity Hospital of Louisiana. 

Gentlemen: 

I desire to present the following report of the -work that has been done 
from January through June, 1934. The accompanying chart will show that 
we have been very busy, but the good cooperation of our Visiting and 
House Stat'!' and the generous Operating Room Personnel enabled us to 
accomplish the following: 



Report of Cystescopic Room 

January 363 

February 283 

March 384 

April 374 

May - 3T9 

June 381 



Report of Accident Room 
January , __ 2,940 

February 2,613 

March 2,946 

April ..__ 34E1 

May 1 3,050 

June ___ 3(55 g 



Total 



2.170 



Total .. 



18,265 



132 



I It A KITYHOSl'ITAL- ]!>»:! 



REPORT MILES OPERATING ROOM 
January let to June 30th, 1934 





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Nitrous ( >xide - - 

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142 

34 1 
15 

24 


124 

304 

37 

63 

25 

2 

5 

2 


133 

382 
53 
51 
31 

1 
3 

a 


140 

73 

22 

2 


402 

ss 
18 

28 
1 

11 

1 

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1 


221 

68 
68 

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2 
4 





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12 

1 








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Total Casts... . 


613 


553 


622 


692 


767 


837 


4,084 








849 


803 


783 


MM 


902 


1,029 





REPORT OP CLERK 



133 



DELGADO YEARLY REPORT- 

AMPHITH EATER 



-1933 



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Total Cases. 



Total Operations. 



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10 

12 
8 
4 

1 
2 

1 
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3 



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532 



234 



483 



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I H.UUTYHOSP1TAL-1933 



DELGADO YEARLY REPORT— 1933 
E. N. T. ROOM 



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115 
104 

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191 
176 


187 
140 


270 

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420 
201 


413 
247 

1 


457 
328 

1 


369 
328 


220 
221 


170 
162 


101 
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2,245 

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1 
96 


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12 


4 


7 


11 


13 


7 


6 


7 


4 


Total 
Cases 


258 


229 


380 


331 


502 


632 


B76 


099 


704 


447 


334 


195 


5,392 


Total Op 
erations. 


374 


316 


503 


\<x; 


768 


id-;:; 


1024 


1137 


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575 


HIS 


266 


8,004 



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3 
74 


5 

88 


13 
94 


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1 
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4 
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53 


891 

2 

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Total 
Cases. .. 


67 


86 


s2 


75 


OS 


77 


93 


HIT 


84 


84 


88 


55 




Total Op- 
erations. 




87 


84 


35 


S2 


93 


10U 


si 


S4 


90 


57 


969 



REPORT OF CLERK 



135 



DELGADO YEARLY REPORT— 1933 
PLASTER ROOM 



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11 
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6 

1 

52 


16 

1 
98 


19 

1 
79 


21 

3 
98 


14 

1 
98 


10 

1 

S4 


14 

2 

SI 


14 

Ills 


13 

"ids 


22 


17 


177 
10 




95 


128 


1,099 


Total 

Cases _ .. 


M 


59 


11.) 


99 


122 


113 


05 


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122 


11s 


117 


US 


1,288 


Total Op- 
eratiotis- 


11 


7 


15 


20 


24 


18 


11 


16 


14 


13 


22 


17 


187 



GRAND TOTALS 

Cases 

Amphitheater. _ 3,822 

Plaster Room _ __ 1,286 

E. N. T, Room __ ___ 5,392 

Eye Room- - _ _ ;),-,2 

Total 11,452 



Operations 

6 , 755 

187 

8,004 

969 

15,915 



I. ill 



CHABIT1 I A.L-1833 



DELGADO SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT 

January 1st to June 30th, 1934 

AMPHITHEATER 



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85 
58 
30 

4 
1 


23 
12 
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10 


179 
36 
18 
43 
16 


21C 
23 

IV) 

28 
5 


240 
42 

so 

41 
10 


22^ 
26 
S7 
33 
14 


1 164 


Local 


34 ! 


Ethylene . _ . 
Nitrons Oxide 


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1 


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1 


2 










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2 
2 

7 
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1 
1 
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2 


Ethylene and Ether 


1 
2 












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4 


2 








Ethylene and Oxygen 


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Ethel Chloride _ 


1 










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Nirous Oxide and Oxygen . 








1 
1 


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1 

2 


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Local and Splanchnic . . . . 






1 




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2 


1 




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1 


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1 


Local-Nitrous Oxide-Oxygen . 










1 














1 


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1 
1 








1 


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1 


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2 
2 








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Spinal and Local 








2 
3 


2 





5 


6 


8 


3 


2 


26 






Total Cases 


304 


258 


341 


328 


39S 


397 


2 02" 






Total Operations . . 


547 


ill 


elm 


585 


664 


726 


3,572 



RKPORT OP CLKRK 



137 



E. N. T. ROOM 



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145 

1 
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129 


129 

2 


223 
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287 
215 

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233 

1 


1 , 305 


Ethykiu - - — 


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2 
5 

2 














1 












1 

7 


1 




3 


3 


■ 


7 


9 


38 








279 


232 


294 


114 


513 


679 


2,111 








419 


331 


410 


823 




1110 


3,094 







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88 


62 


99 


111 


116 


99 


575 






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65 


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115 


121 


99 


593 



PLASTER ROOM 



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Total 



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171 



205 



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1,107 



169 



138 CHARITY HOSPITAL-1933 



REPORT OF THE MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICE 
DEPARTMENT 

New Orleans, June 30, 1934. 

To the Board of Administrators and Doctor Arthur Vldrine, Superintendent, 
the State of Louisiana Charity Hospital, New Orleans. 

Gentlemen: 

I desire to present the annual report of the Medical Social Service De- 
partment from January, 1933, through June 30th, 1U34. 

A social statistical survey of our activities during the past eighteea 
months reveals the fact that the responsibilities and services of the Depart- 
ment have become more numerous and weighty. While actual medk . 
cial service has been our primary aim, much time has had to be given to 
the rendering of minor services such as transportation arrangements, writing 
friendly letters and sending telegrams for patients, as well as other trifling, 
but humane and necessary services. Relief, which plays so important a role 
in good social work, is extremely difficult to secure in both Orleans and the 
other parishes hi the state, hence it has taken constant effort to secure mini- 
mum needs for our patients and much of the workers' time has been spent 
trying to provide bare necessities. Then too, due to the reduced budgets of 
private social agencies, it has been difficult to establish a minimum standard 
of living upon which one could base necessary medical social care. The 
Sickles Fund, which provides free medicine for the city of New Orleans, has 
also been curtailed so that patients who were not receiving aid from the 
Emergency Relief Administration have, in many instances, not been able to 
obtain their medicine. If these patients are unable to meet the ordinarj 
living expenditures, how are they able to meet, additional expenses incurred 
by illness? The above relief inadequacy, together with the heavy case loads 
that our workers are carrying makes constructive social work at times, 
almost impossible. The members of the staff have been keenly aware of 
their responsibilities and, in spite of seeing so much suffering and extreme 
wast, nave endeavored to meet all of the additional calls made upon them. 

Social Service Personnel and Teaching Program 

There have been a few changes in the Social Service personnel. Four 
workers have left and four new workers have replaced them; also, at the 
end of this school year, two second year students were taken on. ': 
with the ten former staff members, make a total of sixteen social workers! 
The stafr is increasing— but in contrast to a hospital in New York with 73G 
beds and 30 social workers, Charity Hospital with 2,260 beds and 16 social 
workers is still inadequate. 

During the eighteen months there have been three school semester* 
second year students and ten first year students from Tulane University 
School of Social Work have come to the Social Service Department for theiV 
field work experience. The second year students have been on half 
jobs and have rendered great assistance to the department. 

One of the staff members has given courses in the Nursing School in 
psychology and sociology. Thus far it has been impracticable, due to the 
exacting duty of the nurses in such a large hospital, to assign anv of I 
to actual work m the Soc.al Service Department, A course in so* 
eras has also been given to the graduate nurses under the auspices of the 
Louisiana State University. 



REPORT OF SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 138 



The course to the senior students of the Louisiana State University 
School of Medicine in "Social Aspects of Medicine" has continued. It is 
given in the first semester of the school year and consists of fourteen lec- 
tes, case discussion, aud home visiting. Seven lectures are given to the 
class as a whole and, in the remaining seven hours, the students are divided 
into small groups which are led by a social worker. Miss Ida Cannon of 
the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston says that, as yet the part of 
social workers in the medical teaching program is in an embryonic state — 
the programs are plastic aud are being consciously molded by those who 
believe that serious lessons can be taught in the social side of medicine. 
Miss Cannon stated that "Medicine traditionally sheltered by its concept 
of personal relations to patients, is being forced into a recognition of its 
social responsibilities," while Dr. Ladd of Cornell University Medical Col- 
lege says "Today, the student of medicine should turn his attention towards 
the social aspects of medical science and medical practice. Peoples' social 
ideas are changing fast. The social relationship of the doctor and the people 
is ill the arena of discussion." 
Inter- depart mental Activities 

Last September, a psychiatric social worker was added to the staff. 
This was in response to a request from a psychiatrist who was connected 
: h the Louisiana State University Medical School for a short while. This 
social worker had charge of the work in both the clinics and wards, but 
because neither hospital nor clinic facilities were conducive to actual psy- 
chiatric study and treatment, the social worker's services were not effective 
and the work was discontinued. 

In April, a worker was assigned to the antMuetic clinic. The physician 
in charge of this clinic has wanted a social worker for a long time and the 
cooperation between the doctor and worker has beeu eminently successful 
These clinics are enormous; the average white clinic attendance is from 150 
250 patients daily, and, in the colored clinic, the attendance ranges from 
ui 450 patients. The Director of the Out-Patient Department has as- 
signed a graduate nurse to assist in clinic management and follow 

At the request of the doctor in charge of the tumor clinic a social 

.ker was placed in this service in September. Intensive medical social 

lc with cancer patients has resulted. The set up of this clinic with a 

medical social worker is in accordance with the recommendations of the 

American College of Surgeons. 

Also, at the beginning of the school year the Metabolic clinician asked 
for a social worker. This is as yet a small clinic and the supervisor of Case 
r k is carrying it with her other duties. 

Besides the graduate nurse in the anti-luetic clinic, the Director of the 
Out-Patient Department has assigned two clerks to help the social workers, 
one i» tne e y e cmi i c an d on in the tumor clinic. This cooperation is very 
much appreciated as it means that, at least in these few clinics, the social 
workers can devote more time to social problems. 

Inasmuch as Touro Infirmary, Hutchinson Memorial Clinic, Flint-Good- 
ridge Hospital, United States Veterans Bureau and Charity Hospital all 
have Social Service Departments, an Association of Medical Social Workers 
was formed last autumn. It has been of material benefit to all of the mem- 
bers and W ' U eventually become a district in the American Association of 
Medical Social Workers. 



Mil CHAH1TY HOSPITAL- 1933 



Extra Mural Activities 

In February of 1933, the Mid-Western and Southern Regional Confcr- 
of the American Association of Medical Social Workers met in 
Orleans. These conferences started four years ago in Chicago because it 
was felt thai (he National . es were at such a distance that few 

of the younger staff members were able to attend. The first two Confer- 
ences were held in Chicago, the third in St, Louis, and the fourth in New 
Orleans. The Conference met from February 11th to 13th. The meetings 
took place at the Louisiana State University Medical School, Hutchi 
Memorial Clinic and Flint- Goodridge Hospital. 

(I from "Inter-relationships of Hospital and Community Agencic 
"Negro Health Prohlems." Ninety social workers attended: L ou 
St. Louis 11, Nashville 4, Chicago 7, Mobile 2, New York 1, low* City l. 
Hot Springs 1, Minneapolis 1. 

This department has had numerous requests to participate in various 
ims in the city and throughout the state. Talks were given at the 
..nal Conference in New Orleans, the Junior League in Mobile, Summer 
School ,t Tulane University, Tulane School of Social Work, Louisi tna Society- 
fur the Prevention of Blindness, and at various public schools in the city. 
dio talk was given on the course to the Louisiana State University 
medical students on "Social Aspects of Medicine." 

The staff has participated actively in the work of the various agencies 
in the community. It has representation in the American Association of 
I Workers, the Executive Committee of the Council of Social Agencies 
the New Orleans Hygiene Association, the Board of Directors of the New 
Orleans Tuberculosis and Public Health Association, and the Board of the 
Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Blindness. 

During the pasl winter both the Council of Social Agencies and the 
American Association of Social Workers had legislative committees The* 
have studied and endorsed the three bills that are of special import a. 
social workers; namely, the Child Labor Amendment. The Stale Public 

"% r P \r m f elU a r? d the Chi!drcn ' s A; " Bill. The establishment of a 
Slate Public Welfare Department would mean that the parishes and police 

nTr/Th h r t0 m T thC J 8 *""*** <" Priding for their' "„„„ 
patients when they are dismissed from Charitv Hospital. Last year 500 
discharger patients remained in the hospital for 5.057 additional (lavs be 
cause their parishes refused to assume responsibility for them * 

Statistical Report 

In this hospital the excessively large number of patients together with 

llrea^enT' : m " S T ^^ ° f ' he «*«'«■ -tensfve mctlical 
, Ut ,7 r "" lnstance - one worker has to attempt to do all the 

r„"?™f' l" ° h t Cr W ? fds ' ° ne WOrker is peeled to do all the work 

i social ^fervke^ffo / f^T " ? ^ ta man * » h * h «P"*" *S 
iai service staff of several people. The same is true of clinic* „«• 
worker covers twenty clinic. m0S ( f whkh meel , Uuh . . r .^ £ ' 
meeting Simultaneously. Some of these cl.uics treat as high as"o(ic 

maaj . soeml probfem has to go untreated or be met by a hasty makeshift 



•ORT OF SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTU K\T 111 



The department rendered some defiuite case work service lo a total of 
96 different patients during 19153, and in the first hull' of HCJt gave case 
work services to 5,347 patients. 

In addition to the above, less intensive services, which are unrecorded 
and counted as "contacts with patients only," were rendered to 21,74;} pa- 
tients in 1933 and to 12.54S in the first half of 19 

Index of Services 

1633 .riiliuiirj IhrnuEli .lunr. I (KM 

lautrjtrrltvi- — riieps nterpretlvc services 

mlnlstratlve servlcea 1,018 Administrative 

. il<"ii I follow-up service 6,668 Medical follow-up service 

t,48Q C perattve Berrtees 3 

l,,i,rv!-ws i ward, office and Interviews (ward, office and 

k) .- J4.7S1 22,828 

to Inline o( patients, 2.832 Visits to home of pal 1,861 

I.r-tfrrs written 10,781 Letters written I 

During October of the past year 1,289 letters were written by the 
partrnent, while in May, 1031, our total of letters amounted to 3,012. An 
insight into increased social service demands may be gleaned from a com- 
of the above figures. 

An analysis of the 1,289 letters written during October, 1933, reveals the 
following: 

Letters Percent 

For New Orleans 464 36% 

Outside 825 

Social Case History 

A Mrs. Joseph Floyd, age 31, was admitted to the hospital at the cud 
of April with a tentative diagnosis of phthisis pulmonis. The physical ex- 
amination, with X-rays, ruled out that Condition and a final diagnosis of 
osteogenesis imperfecta tarda, marked kyphoscoliosis, and bine sclera was 
established by the visiting physician. Social vService was called in lo secure 

medical history from the referring doctor in the patient's home t<. 
This physician's reply revealed that the other members of the family also 

| blue sclera and fragile bones. The patient's father had sustained twenty. 
three fractures. 

The patient deserted from the hospital on May 11, 1934. The two doctors 
interested in this case wished to complete a study of it for medical research 
and again asked the assistance of the Social Service Department. It was 
decided that effective results could not be obtained unless a home picture 
ihe family was secured. Plans along this line were immediately negoti- 
1 and in a day or two the social worker wrote the referring physician in 
Donalilsonville (names and places are fictitious) telling him that she and 
the two Charity Hospital doctors were coming to see him and the family. 

The patient's family consisted of herself, her husband, age 30, and five 

children ranging in age from six years to six months. They were renters 

on a small farm. The medical situation presented an unusual picture. The 

tent, her brother and sister, and four of her five children had blue sclera 

i K ave a history of multiple fractures. The patient and her brother and 

both in their early twenties, showed definite kyphosis Tin- children's 

her commented that he could never allow his children to run and play as 

the neighbors' children did. Olher children could pick themselves up after 



142 iTTAKITY IIO.Sl'ITAL— 1933 



a fall, and go on with their games, whereas, if one of his children fell, a frac- 
tured arm, leg or rib usually resulted. 

While the doctors took the medical history, examined the family and 
made Wassermann tests, the social worker obtained the necessary social in- 
formation. She ascertained that the family did not lack milk (they had a 
tuberculin tested cow) or green vegetables. They raised their own hogs, 
which constituted their meat supply. She assisted the family, not mi; 
interpreting to them the possible treatment, but also by helping them to 
make the necessary plan and adjustments for carrying out the doctor's rec- 
ommendations. 

The doctors then wanted the family to come to the hospital for a 
thorough study, including X-ray and laboratory tests. At first they refused, 
but later agreed that a thorough study of their unusual condition might 
bring to light some knowledge that could be used toward correct in;.; th« 
condition of the younger children of the family, and others similarly afflicted. 
However, when they realized that it would be necessary fur them to remain 
i;i the hospital for two or three weeks, at least, they promised to com- 
in the summer after the crops were "laid by." 

This ease is an excellent illustration of the cooperation which c 
between the Social Service Department and the Hospital Staff 

Recommend attons 

In addition to the insufficient incomes and the inadequate housing of 
OUT families, our work suffers from a lack of the following facilities: 
quale staff and office space; care for chronics; convalescent care for col 
patients; evening clinic for luetic patients who are fortunate to have 
and yet cannot afford private doctors; hospital facilities for colored tuber- 
culosis patients; preventorium care for children; free glasses for school chil- 
dren; and employment for handicapped persons 

Conclusions 

The Social Service Department wishes to thank the Vice-President of 
the Board «r Administrators, the Hospital Superintendent, the Sistei 
Chanty the Medical Staff and other colleagues in the Hospital, for their 
help and advice. The assistance and cooperation of volunteers, church grouix 
and social agencies in New Orleans and throughout the state, is also « 
fully acknowledged. 

Respectfully submitted, 

BEATRICE HODGE, 
Director, Medical Social Service Department. 



REPORT OF DIETITIAN 



143 



REPORT OF DIETARY DEPARTMENT 



September 28, 1934. 
Sistiu C.i>\z\GA, B. S., R.N, 
Chief Dietitian and Food Administrator 



A\.\ B. Eyl, B. S., 
Assistant Dietitian 

. ce W. Ksow LE8, B. S,, 
Assistant Dietitian 



Dokiw Lbs, B. s.. 

Instructor in Infant Feeding 

Lbonoke J. Charles, 

i tary 



be Board of Administrators and the Superintendent of the State of 
Louisiana Charily Hospital, New Orleans. 

Gentlemen: 

The following is an itemized report of 148,364 special diets, infant for- 
mulas and nutritional beverages prepared during the year 1933: 

Diets for Adults 



Anemia 5,743 

Anti Spastic 12 

Beri Beri 44 

filand 751 

Cardiac 179 

Diabetic 9,143 

Dysentery 52 

Eclamptic 400 

Pat Free "45 

Fruit and Vegetable 593 

Gastrostomy 110 

High Calcium 90 

Caloric 9,524 

Caloric. Anemia 15 

Caloric, Liquid 775 

Carbohydrate 1,217 

Cellulose 10 

Fat S3 

Protein "27 

Purine ~3 

Residue 12 

Vitamin 3,011 



High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 



Hypoacidity 39 

Hypoglycemia 79 

Karrell S4 

Low Carbohydrate 80 

Nephritic 38 

Non Residue 1,301 

Nurses' Mid Doctors' Infirm- 
aries 2,792 

Obesity 51 

Pellagra 4,753 

Pneumonia 220 

Salt poor low protein 20,161 

Sippy and Modified Sippy 4,224 

Smooth 82 

Soft 859 

Spleen. 99 

Sprue 139 

Tube feeding 66 

Tuberculosis 62 

Typhoid 4,439 

Wet and Dry 251 



Total 79.017 



Diets for Children 



AlKlllill 



518 



Babv Soft 12,695 

Bland 81 

Caloric 1,594 

High Caloric. Anemia 137 

High Carbohydrate 79 

High Vitamin 

Hephritic 



29 



Non Residue SS 

Pellagra 

Salt poor low protein 334 

Spastic 5 

Special 146 

Special tube feeding 90 

Typhoid 939 



Total 16,408 



Ml 



I I1AKITY HOSPITAL 



Infant Formulas 



Albumin Waiter . 

Barley Water 

Casec 

Cereal Gruels 

Condensed Milk 

Dryco 

Dextrose IC35 __ 
Evaporated Milk 
Gelatin Solution - 
Lactose 



1 ,382 

76 

110 

506 

13 

i m 

510 
1 ,933 



Lactic Acid Milk 157 

Lactogen lijl 

Melliu's Food 5 

Modified Cow's Milk J 

Peptonized Milk H 

Protein Milk 

Rite Water -' 

Similac 201 

S. M. A. 5 



Total 20.487 



Nutritional Beverages 



Beef Broth . 
Buttermilk . 
Fruit Juice _ 
Grape Juice 
Liquid Jello 



Tints 
- 3.246 

. 122 

7IJ 



Pints 
Malted Milk 

M.Ik Shake 1,822 

Orange Juice 1,800 

Tomato Juice 2,281 

Vegetable Broth 640 



GRAND TOTAL 



Total 

1! 



Respectfully submitted, 
SISTER GONZAGA WALL, B. S., R. N., 
Chief Dietitian and Food Administrator. 



REPORT OF DIETITIAN 145 



REPORT OF DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

September 2S, t&34. 

Tu the Board of Administrators and the Superintendent of the State of 
Louisiana Charity Hospital, New Orleans, 
itlemen: 

The report of the activities of the Dietary Department from January to 
July, 1934, is herewith submitted: 

&s the Dietetic Department concerns every patient, it is equally evident 
that it concerns every employee who receives subsistence as a part of their 
this classification lakes in internes, nurses and employees of all 
There is no department that has as much to do with maintaining 
morale of an institution as has the Nutrition Department. 
What ;ire the personal duties that k 1 "' with this department? The first 
uning of all menus; this requires and must receive special atten- 
secondly, the selection, discipline, and discharge of all Dietetic De- 
tent employees; and thirdly, the instruction and supervision of all em- 
• S ill this department, which take up a good one-third of the time, 
distinguished physician, who made a reputation for himself in I ho 
diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis, once took a visitor through hi 

nil. Turning to the kitchen, the doctor exclaimed with great pride: 
This, sir, is my pharmacy." This pithy utterance reveals our present 

ii of the therapeutic value of diet, and emphasizes the importance of 
] lietetic Department in the modern hospital. 

Services Rendered 

Each year brings greater demands Upon this department. The sick 
cared for during the past year by this hospital have far surpassed those of 
previous years; hence, the frequent requests for therapeutic diets for adults, 
children, and formulas for infants have outnumbered, those of former years. 

Itemized report of S2,7L>*i special diets, infant formulas and nutritional 

•rages prepared from January to July, 1934; 

Diets for Adults 

Uvarez 1 High Vitamin 1.247 

,ua 2,004 Karrell 21 

Ami Tetanic 8 Ketogenic 119 

Beri Beri 43 Low carbohydrate , 84 

Bland 223 Low nitrogen Hi 

Cardiac 295 Non residue 711 

,etic 5,546 Nurses' and Doctors' Infirra- 

rnptic aries 1.792 

J-'ree 308 Obesity 5 

Fruit and Vegetable ">:< Pellagra 1,616 

Gelatin Formula Id Salt poor low protein 10,092 

High Calcium 4 Sippy and Modified Sippy 2,224 

High caloric 7,853 Soft 315 

High Caloric, Anemia 250 Sprue 59 

High caloric, liquid 690 Tube feeding 12 

High Carbohydrate 946 Tvphoid 2,436 

High protein 137 Wet and Dry 440 



ligli 



residue 16 



Total 10.67?, 



146 ABUT HOSPITAL—IMS 



Diets for Children 

Anemia 10 Low carbohydrate 9 

Baby soft 6,796 Non residue is 

Fruit and Vegetable . 6 Pellagra 71 

High taioric 677 Salt poor low protein. _" "" 397 

High caloric, anemia 27 Special 14 

High carbohydrate 9 Special tuhe feeding! II isl 

High vitamin 98 Typhoid 



Total S,339 

Infant Formulas 

Barley Water 716 Lactic Acid _ 11 

Condensed Milk 1,211 Modified Cow's Milk . 1 960 

Evaporated Milk 2,412 Peptonized Milk 4 

Gelatin formula 1,759 Protein Milk I 339 

Lactose 990 S. M. A. 4,555 



Total 14,006 

Nutritional Beverages 

Pints Pints 

Beef Broth 2,088 Liquid Jello 1 402 

Buttermilk __ 2 Malted Milk 965 

Fruit Juice 12,KH7 Milk Shake 

Grape Juice 172 Orange Juice | 

Lemon Juice 42 Tomato Juice | 



Total 19.711 

GRAND TOTAL 82 

Recommendations 

As has been stated in reports of many years previous, there is an urgent 
need for one large general kitchen from which would radiate a therapeutic 
diet laboratory for all diets not included in the general house diet. A special 
unit for diabetic diets is also essential. There should be an infant formula 
room with ample space for sterilizing material and equipment, with an ad- 
joining space for the preparation of the special food necessary to get our 
ones back on the road to health. Practically nine months of the year the 
weather is exceedingly warm; hence, the necessity for plenty of ice box 
space. 

My recommendations for the remedying of the inadequate and un 
isfactory conditions are as have been advised time and time again. We just 
must have a new and larger, yes, a very much larger, kitchen. 

It should be remembered also that there is a great lack of space for 
teaching purposes both for our student nurses and patients leaving the 
hospital as well as from the Out-Pattent Department. 

The head of the Dietetic Department should have and enjoy the cooper- 
ation of the heads of the other departments. Cooperation is the keynote 
of success in the hospital, and where there is friction, it is difficult to ac- 



REPORT OF DIETITIAN 147 



complish much. A dietitian receiving loyal support can tie a valuable asset 
to Lhe hospital organization 

Kitchens, dining rooms, and Food store rooms should be planned by the 
Food Administrator, It is she and those working in her department who 
are lo use the rooms. They are expected to give effective and satisfactory 
service and carefully arranged working space is essential for the best results. 

The purchasing of equipment is an important procedure. The Food 
Administrator knows the value of each article, what will be the wear and 
tear of daily usage, and the type of help which will be responsible for the 
different pieces of equipment. 

After the hospital is built and equipped, the next important point is 
to choose people who will be capable of serving the institution in the capacity 
for which they are employed. The dietitian has to train and supervise the 
new employees in her department and she should be permitted to select her 
own staff workers. 

Since the Food Administrator must see that the food is satisfactory to 
the ultimate consumer, whether patient or employee, would it not be well 
for her to assist in the purchasing of the food which she is to prepare and 
serve ? 

Appreciation 

The Dietetic Staff desires to thank the Board of Administrators and 
the Superintendent for purchasing the much needed dishwashing machine 
installed in the dining rooms; also, for the range and ice cream freezer that 
are highly appreciated by the workers in the therapeutic laboratory 

Our appreciation for the cooperation of the Board of Administrators, the 
Superintendent, and our Doctors is hereby acknowledged. 

Respeetfululy submitted, 

SISTER GONZAGA WALL, R, N„ B. S., 

Chief Dietitian and Food Administrator. 






14S CHAKETY HOSPITAL 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF NURSES 

July 19, l!t:ii. 
To the Honorable Board of Administrators of the Charity Hospital of 

New Orleans, Louisiana, 
Gentlemen: 

The thirty-ninth Annual Report of the Charity Hospital School of 
Nursing for the year of 1933 in herewith presented: 

I. STATISTICAL REPORT 

A. Students 

1. Number of students enrolled in School of Nursing (Decern- 

31, 1933) 146 

2. Affiliating student nurses 18 

3. Number of post-graduate nurses 16 

4. Students graduated in 1933 44 

B. Applications and Admissions 

1. Applications received for entrance to School 

of Nursing. Approx. 1.102 

2. Students admitted HI 

3. Students dropped or withdrawn . . 30 

4. Schools applying for affiliation 5 

5. Schools affiliated with at present 4 

G. Affiliates entered 36 

7, Affiliates completing course JO 

S. Post-graduate applications Approx. 600 

9. Post-graduates entered 17 

10. Poat-gradnates completing course _ 56 

C. Nursing Staff 

1. Director of Nurses 1 

2. Director, School of Nursing 1 

3. Assist. Director. School of Nursing 1 

4. Pull-Time Instructors 2 

5. Secretary. School of Nursing 1 

6. Supervising Sisters 20 

7. Graduate Nurses 81 

8. Graduate Nurses (Colored) 15 

II. FACULTY 

Sister Stanislaus, R.N. Sisteb Henrietta, R. N„ B. S., 
Director of Nurses Director, School of Nursing 

Mary E. Stuabt, R. N., B. S. Louise M. Maybeno. R.N, 

Asst. Director, School of Nursing Secretary. School of Nursing 

Christine Whtoht, R.N. M. Imogens Yarbrotxh. R. X. 

Instructor of Nurses Instructor of Nurses 

^l^TT' n' f H R - K St «™ Cat,,,:*,™. R. N., B. S. 

Instructor In D.etetics Instructor in Medical Nuretag 
Sister Mathilde. M. A, 

Instructor in Social Science and ™' R Koekjg, R.N. 

Psychology Instructor fn Anesthesia 

(Miis J Marion Benti.ey Stewart. P.T. Sister Sylvia. R.N. 

Instructor in Physical Therapy Instructor in Hygiene 

Ouve Clausen, R.N. Siktkk Flunk nce, r. n. 

instructor in Operating Room Instructor in Operating Room 

Tpchntiiue (Post-graduates! Technique 

Vkrna Dill. R. N., Asst. Instructor In Physical Therapy 



REPORT OF DIRECTOR OP NURSES 



149 



Medical Staff of Lecturers 



P. GlfAl FAQNINO, 

Gynecology 
Dr. Walter J. Otis, 

ps> 

8. B. McNair, 

Diseases of Ear, N'ose and Throat 
Db. P. 3- Cahtek, 

Obstetrics 

Dk. P. H. Jokes, 

Communicable Diseases 

Dit. G. Fasti 
>teriology 



Da. H, Theoikmk Simon, 
Orthopedics 

Da. L. L. Cazenavette, 

Neurology 
in;. John IT. Muse 

Kedlcal Diseases 
Da. M. Campain i, 

Medical Diseases 
Dr. John' SlGKOBELLI, 

Pediatrics 

ElOLO, 

Anatomy and Physiology 



Db. G. a. Ki bsi .i . Anatomy and Physiology 



Dn. C. W. Mattixgi v. 

Surgical Diseases 
Dn. Oscar Bethea, 

Special Therapeutics 

Ds. C. Tripoli, 
Pathology 

.1. T. Van StuDOIFOBI), 
Skin and Venereal Diseases 

J, SlGXOBETXI, 

diatrlca 
(Post-graduates) 

In: M. Cajspagxa, 

lical Diseases 
(Post-graduates) 



Da, I.. A. Monte, 

Materia Medica 
Dm. R. H. Wn 
chemistry 

Da. T. J. Diiii 

Diseases of the Eye 
IiR. P. Grakka(;nim>. 
Gynecology 
(Post-graduates) 

Db. A. Storce, 
Surgical Diseases 
I Post-graduates) 

Dn. H. Theodobe Simow, 
Orthopedics 

(Post-graduates) 



HI. UNIVERSITY NURSES 

I'liiversity Courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in 
Nursing Education, which were begun in 1931 under the auspices ot 
the Louisiana State University, were continued throughout the year of 
!!»33 with a large enrollment of students. 1 am pleased to report that 
three members of the School of Nursing Faculty completed the re- 
quired course of study and received the degree of Bachelor of Science 
in Nursing Education at the end of the 1933 Summer Session. Approx- 
imately sixty Staff Nurses are now enrolled in these postgraduate 
university courses, and rive students are candidates for degrees in 1934. 

We again wish to express our appreciation to Doctor James Mon- 
roe Smith, President of the Louisiana State University, and to the 
members ot his faculty, for their generous cooperation In making these 
courses available to nurses. 

Especially do we wish to express our gratitude to the Louisiana 
te University for the privilege of accrediting the courses which are 
taught on the Charity Hospital grounds with residence credit. These 
courses of study are outlined and taught at Charity Hospital under 
the able direction of Sister Mathiide, M. A. r who also serves aa 
registrar. 



IfO I HABIT* IU>sl'lTAL-I933 



IV. INCREASE IN NURSING STAFF 

Due to (he pressure of work incumbent upon the large number of 
patients seeking Admittance to the Charity Hospital during the years 
of 1933 and 1934, it has become necessary to increase the else of the 
nursing staff. The already over-crowded condition of the Nurses* 
Residence did not permit us to increase the size of the student body, 
and permission was solicited and obtained to employ graduate nurses 
in the capacity of genera! duty numes. Twenty-two were thus added 
to our Nursing Staff during the year. We also wish to report that 
graduate nurses have been employed to replace attendants in the Out- 
patient Department when vacancies occurred during the year. 

V. ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

Acknowledgment is gratefully made to Doctor George S. Bel, Vice- 
President of the Board of Administrators, for his valuable contribution 
of thirty-nine books to the Nurses' Fiction Library. 

A large tennis court has been prepared for the nurses on 1 hi> 
campus of the hospital. We acknowledge with gratitude this recogni- 
tion by the hospital authorities of the need for providing recreation 
for our nurses. 

VI. AWARDS 

Two scholarship funds of $100.00 each were given to the two mem- 
bers of the 1933 Graduating Class who attained the highest averages 
tor the three yours. .Miss Edna Ir) Mewhinney merited the i 

hirship. and the second was given to Miss Sara Lewis. 

Two courses in Anesthesia were awarded to Miss Lula Swiflson 
and Miss Helen Schwartzenburg. 

Miss M. Imogene Yarbrough was awarded the Honor Pin. 

VII. RECOMMENDATIONS 

If the Charity Hospital School of Nursing is to continue to pro- 
gress and expand as it has in the past, a new dormitory for housing 
our nurses is an imperative necessity. At present, we are crowding 
three students in one room to the detriment of their health and in 
violation of every law of hygienic living. Yet this crowding mu*t 
take place, as we need each and every one of these young women to 
carry on the work of the hospital. I therefore recommend thai the 
first step in the rebuilding of Charity Hospital be the erection of a 
modern, up-to-date nurses' home. 

In conclusion. 1 wish to express my gratitude to the Board of 
Administrators, and to Doctor Vidriue. for their splendid co-operation 
and assistance in carrying out this year's program. Especially do I 
appreciate their sympathetic understanding a( our problems. 

Respectfully submitted. 

SISTER STANISLAUS, R. N.. 

Director of Nur- 



KKPORT OF DIRECTOR OF XITRSES 151 



THE STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE CHARITY 
HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

JANUARY 1, 1934, TO JUNE 30, 1934 



July 19, 1934. 
STATISTICAL REPORT, 

A. Students 

1. Number of students enrolled in School of 

Nursing (June 30, 1934) . 137 

2. Affiliating student nurses _ 19 

3. Number of post-graduate nurses * 4 

i. Students graduated H 

B. Applications and Admissions 

1. Applications received for entrance to School 

of Nursing _ Approx. 395 

2. Students admitted 1 8 

3. Students dropped or withdrawn 9 

4. Schools applying for affiliation 3 

5. Schools affiliated with at present 5 

6. Affiliates entered 19 

7. Affiliates completing course ._ _ 

8. Post-graduate applications Approx. 205 

9. Post-graduates entered 13 

10. Post-graduates completing course . 21 

Xursing Staff 

1. Director of Nurses 

2. Director, School of Nursing 

3. Assist. Director, School of Nursing 

4. Full-Time Instructors 2 

5. Secretary, School of Nursing 1 



G. Supervising Sisters 
7. Graduate Nurses 



i 



SO 

94 
8. Graduate Nurses (Colored) 17 

Respectfully submitted, 

SISTER STANISLAUS, R. X., 

Director of Nurses. 



152 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1933 

REPORT OF PHARMACIST 

March 17, 1934. 

Dr. Arthur Vidrlne, Superintendent, 

Charity Hospital, 

New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Dear Doctor Vidrine: 

The following is a report of the Drug Department for ihe year ending 
December 31, 1933: 

Special Prescriptions Filled _ 59,273 

Narcotic Prescriptions Filled. J.U4I 

Stock Prescriptions Filled __. 122*367 



Total _ 1*5,581 

Biologicals Dispensed: 

Tetanus Antitoxin 1,500 Units _ 10,500 

Tetanus Antitoxin 10,000 Units 1(H) 

Tetanus Antitoxin 20,000 Units 175 

Tetanus Gas Gangrene, Proph 910 

Gas Gangrene, 100 cc Therapeutic.— 

Diphtheria Antitoxin, 10,000 U 220 

Diphtheria Antitoxin, 20,000 U.- __ 240 

Antimeningococcic Serum, 10 cc Conet __ __ Tit; 

Erysipelas Stroptococcus Antitoxin . 160 

Scarlet Fever Stroptococcus Antitoxin _ 55 

Anti-Anthrax Serum___ 20 

Antivenin "~ 23 

Antistreptococcic Serum, 10 cc Conct 115 

Antidysenteric Serum, Poly. 50 cc , 19 

Normal Horse Serum, 20 cc 20 

Pollen Extract, 5 cc 

Arsphenamines Dispensed: 

Neo Arsphenaraine— 3.00 gm. (Clinic) _ 5,300 

Neo Arsphena mine— 0.60 gm... 5,775 

Neo Arspnenamine — 0,45 gm _ ~~~ ~~ 1^100 

Neo Arsphenamine — 0.30 gm __ '.-'"." 1400 

Potassium Bismuth Tartrate, 60 cc 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. P. LAUVE, 
Chief Pharmacist. 



REPORT OF PHARMACIST 153 



REPORT OF PHARMACIST 

July 23, 1934. 

Dr. Arthur Vidriue, Superintendent, 
Charity Hospital, 

New Orleans. 

Dear Doctor: 

The following is a report of the Drug Department from January 1 to 
June 30, 1934: 

Special prescriptions filled . . 33,102 

Narcotic prescriptions filled _ 2,070 

Stock prescriptions filled.. _ _. 46,432 

Total _ 81,(504 

Biologicals dispensed: 

Tetanus Antitoxin, 1,500 U _._ __ 9,500 

Tetanus Antitoxin, 10,000 I" 60 

Tetanus Antitoxin, 20,000 U 75 

Tetanus Gas Gangrene. Proph ... 510 

Gas Gangrene Antitoxin, Therap 31 

Diphtheria Antitoxin, 10,000 U . 170 

Diphtheria Antitoxin, 20,000 I.' 120 

Antimeningococcic serum 342 

Erysipelas Antitoxin 80 

Scarlet fever antitoxin 40 

Anti venim — 14 

Antistreptococcic serum concentrated _. 55 

Antidysenteric poly g 

Pollen extracts 5cc 59 

Arsphenamines dispensed: 

Neo arsphena mine 3.00 gram. 2,500 

Neo arspheuatnine 0.G0 gram. ... ] i 0O0 

Neo arsphenamine 0.45 gram '5OO 

Neo arsphenamine 0.30 gram 600 

Potassium Bismuth Tartrate (iOcc 1,400 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. P. LAUVE, 
Chief Pharmacist. 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933 

The following Tables show the number of Histories actually filed. Each History is filed under its Principal Diagnosis 
though death may have been due to a Complication, as shown by notes, vii.: a- Nephritis, b- Pneumonia. c-Toxaemia. 
d-Heart Disease. h-Hemorrhage. m-Meningitis. p-Peritonitis. s-Septicaemia. x-Shock. t-Tubercutosis, y-Gas Bacillus- 
7 -Anesthesia. 
MEDICAL DIVISION 





Totals 


Cubed 


Improved 


Station 


ART 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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M 
H 
O 


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5 
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a 
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6 

H 


E 

E 


a 

o 
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o 
o 


O 


a 

H 


1 

s 






a 


Bluud, Diseases of — ■ 
Anaemia — 

Primary: Pernicious 


II 
5 
3 


7 

"i 

16 
1 

7 
1 

24 
G 

1 
11 

1 

"9 


51 
5 
3 
4 

37 
1 

'J 7 
1 

42 

5 
2 

Hi 

1 

152 

1 

1 

-17, 








87 
3 

3 


5 

"a 

14 


42 
3 
3 
3 

27 


z 

2 


1 


3 

2 


5 


1 





Splenic (Banti's) 
























Cycle Cell 








"l 


1 
1 


1 
S 








Secondary: Simple . 


21 








18 


1 


1 

1 

2 


2 


Agranulocytic Angina . 








1 


Leukaemia . .. . 


20 








11 


•1 
1 

B 
1 

I 

5 


15 

1 

21 
1 
1 
7 


6 


1 


7 


3 


5 


Polvcvthaemia . _ 










C 111' DXATORT StbTBII — 
A |[ IE BIBS 

Aneurysm of Aorta: Arch. __ 


IS 

"i 

5 

1 

95 








12 


2 


7 
3 


9 
3 


4 

"i 

2 


8 

1 

"i 


12 


Abdominal 








1 


Thoracic 










1 


Aortitis 








2 


1 

1 

22 


2 

I'.i 


3 
1 

41 


6 


Arterio-Venous Aneurysm 










Arterial Sclerosis, General . . .. 








58 


28 


86 


15 


10 

! 


25 


Syphilis >if Aorta 








I 


Heaiit — 

Atrophy, Cardiac. 


1 
16 




















1 

6 


1 


Congenital Malformation. . .... 












5 


■'. 






12 



Coronary Occlusion 

Coronary Sclerosis.. , 

Coronary Thrombosis 

Endocarditis, Acute, Simple . 

Kmlocarditis, Acute, Infective 

Endocarditis, Chronic, Infective 

Syphilis, Cardiac. 

Myocardial Di 

Dilatation, Acute, Cardiac 

Fatty Heart.- 

Hypertrophy, Cardiac 

Myocarditis, Acute 

M yiearditis, Chronic 

Neuroses: Angina Pectoris 

Angina Pectoris Pseudo. 

Arrythmia, Cardiac 

Heart Block 

Tachycardia 

Neuro-circulatory Asthenia 

Valvular Disease, Chronic, Cardiac 

Pericardium — 

Adhesions of Pericardium 

lU-mopericardium 

Hydropericardium 

Pericarditis, Acute 

Veins— 

Phlebitis: o( Femoral Vein 

Vein of Foot- 

Vein of Leg 

of Vena Cava 

Phlegmasia Alba Dolens 

Digestive System, Diseases of — 
Intestines and Appendix — 

Appendicitis: Catarrhal, Acute. _ 

Recurrent. . . . 

Suppurative . 

Constipation, Acute 

illation, Habitual ... 



fi l 
12 

24 

2 

8 

: 

24 



6 

7 

688 

16 
1 
1 
4 
6 
1 

21 



9 
36fl 

8 
10 

75 



l l 


6| 


5 


17 


10 




5 


7 


6 


13 




3 


201 


225 





9 


1 


1 


14 


20 


6 


12 


llfIS 




1 


17 


l 


2 


l 


2 




4 




6 




1 


21 


46 




2 


1 


1 




1 


1 


3 




1 




1 


7 


10 




1 


2 


4 


2 


11 


112 


471 


2 


8 


B 


IS 


72 


147 



3 

6 
9 
l 
2 

2 
13 



114 



3 . 
6 

10 

3 

3 

2 

127 



42 



416 
9 



4 
3 

12 



1 
1 

lis 



15 



2 

52 



1 

37 

1 

6 

46 



1 
2 

834 
9 



4 
3 

27 



4 

135 

3 

IS 



1 

1 

137 

4 

1 
1 

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23 



2 
8 

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49 



1 

1 

2S3 

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2 

2 

a 

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10 



1 

74 
1 
2 

25 



(i 

335 

2 

2 

4S 



2 
4 

12 
1 

a 

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4 

6 

135 

3 



45 



13 

5 

164 

1 





21 
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1 

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17 
11 

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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR lysa, MEDICAL DIVISION— Contim k,. 





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Castro-Enteritis (Children) . . 
Diverticulum of Intestine 


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Duodenal Ulcer 


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7 
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Abscess of Liver (not operated) 








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Cirrhosis of Liver, Hypertrophic . 








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Neoplasm of Uver 

Syphilis ot Liver... 

Gall Bladder — 

Cholecystitis, Acute 

Cholecystitis, Chronic. 

Cholecystitis, Suppurative.. 

Neoplasm of Gall Bladder 

Gall Ducts — 

Cholangitis, Catarrhal 

Cholelithiasis (not operated) 

Icterus Neonatorum 

Jaundice, Catarrhal 

Jaundice, Obstructive 

Mouth — 

Stomatitis, Mercurial.. _. 

Stomatitis, Ulcerative 

Pharynx— 

Foreign Body (Pin) __. 

Neoplasm of Pharynx 

Pharyngitis, Acute ... 

Pharyngitis, Chronic 

Pharyngeal Spasm 

Syphilis of Pharynx ' 

Vincent's Angina 

IE 

Glossitis, Acute 

ToNBIL — 

Gangrene of Tonsil 

Tonsillitis, Acute (All) , 

Tonsillitis, Chronic (not operated 

OmsopBAQi 

Foreign Body in (Various) 

Neoplasm of Oesophagus. . 

Spasm of Oesophagus 

Stricture (not surg, treated). . - 

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Neoplasm of Pancreas 

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Syphilis, Gastric 








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Thyroidism 

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Thyrotoxicosis. 

fSFECTEVE DISEASES 

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Rheumatic Fever, Sub-acute 

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Nephrolithiasis (Medical cases) 

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40 
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Epilepsy (Medical Cases)... . ._ .. 




























Ft HI lill.V and Nerve Disorders 








1 
5 








Paralysis, Agitans-- . 








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8 




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Paralysis known as "Jakes" 


















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Tetany _ _ 








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83 

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23 

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119 


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Neuralgia: [ntetcostal 

Occipital 

Sciatic. - . 

Trifacial . . . 

Neuritis; Alcoholic, 

Local. 

Multiple 

Paralysis of Facial Nerve.. 

Of Other Nerves (Arm 3, Leg 3 

Vagotonia 

Zoster. 

Smnal Conn and Meninges— 

Ataxia, Locomotor 

i'ystrophy. Muscular. . 

Meningitis, Spinal 

Myelitis ,. .. 

Neoplasm, Spinal... . 

Paraplegia, Spastic. _ . 

Poliomyelitis, Acute, Anterior. 

Polio-myelitis, Chronic, Anterior 

Paralysis, Paraplegic 

Sclerosis Dissem. Cere bro- Spinal 

Sclerosis, Lateral 

Parasitic Diseases — 

Intestinal; Ascaris Lumbricoides 

fdia 

vuris \ crmicularis .. 

Taenia Sas;inata... _ _ 

Taenia Solium .. 

Strongyloidcs, Infest 

Trtchocephalus Dispar 

I "in.iiiariasis (Necatoi i 
Poisonings and Intoxications— 

Alcoholic; Alcoholic Oedma Cerebral. 
CVastritis, Toxic Alcoholic.. 

Alcoholic Delirium . 

Alcoholism, Acute. _ 

Alcoholism, Chronic. . 
Wood Alcohol Poisoning... 



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Ammonium; H vilrojtide,. __ 


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Milk 1'roducts 




















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Ingestion of Semi-toxic Liquids, etc 








Piled Alkalies; Caustic Potash (Lye) - 








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Halogens; Iodine 








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Mineral Poisons; Arsenical, Acute 


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Lead, Acute 


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Lead, Chronic 














Mrrcurial, Acute. 








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1 




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Synthetic; Carbolic Acid 








1 
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1 
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8 


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Carbon Monoxide (Gas.) - 


















Coal Oil and Gasoline 


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Creolin . 














Creosote 




















Lvsol . 
Turpentine. . 


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Opium i.IucL Derivatives)! 

Strychnine I 

Tobacco 

Non-Alkaloidal; Botulism 

Pellagra (?) 

REsruiATurtv System, Diseases of — 

Ebonchi and Trachea — 

Asthma 

Bronchiectasis.. 

Bronchitis, Acute 

Bronchitis, Chronic 

Foreign Body in (Various).. 

Neoplasm — 

Laky.n\ 

Laryngitis, Acute. 

Laryngitis, Chronic. 

foreign Body in 

Laryngismus Stridulus 

Neoplasm 

Oedema of Glottis . . _ 

Oedema of Larynx 

Syphilis of Larynx 

Tuberculosis, Laryngeal.. 

Lung— 

Abscess, Pulmonary (Not operated)... 

Atelectasis, Pulmonary 

Congestion, Pulmonary 

Kmpbysema, Pulmonary, Senile .. 

Fibroid Phthisis 

Gangrene, Pulmonary 

Hemoptysis 

Infarction, Pulmonary 

Neoplasm, Pulm, (5 Mediastinal) 

Oedema 'if Lung 

Pneumonia, Broncho 

Pneumonia, Hypostatic 

Pneumonia, Interstitial 

Pneumonia, Lobar. 



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MEDICAL DIVISION- 


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Stationakv 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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RliSI'lli ATOMY SVSTKU — (CONTINUED) 
I.I Ni; -(COKTUKl 

Syphilis, Pulmonary. . .. . 


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7 
1 

17 
2 
9 
7 


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43 

11 

48 

6 

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1 




1 














Thrombosis, Pulmonary 














l 

4 
104 


10 

130 


1 


Tuberculosis, Acute, Pneumonic 








1 


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Tuberculosis, Acute, Miliary 








219 
2 


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2 

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2 


20 


Tuberculosis, Chronic, Fulmoaaj • 








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15 
1 
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108 

5 

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1 
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1 


277 

10 

1 

23 
2 

11 
9 

1 


23 1 


Naso-I'iiahwx — 

Naso-pharyngitis, Acute.. 










Naso-pharyiigiti*, Chronic 














Nobb AND AccBsaoBT Sindshb — 

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1 


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3 
2 


1 


2 
1 
3 
2 








Hay Fever . 






















Rhinitis, Chronic. 














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Adhesions of Pieura 














Hemothorax 




— 


1 


1 






1 

1 

[ 

2 
2 
6 


1 
1 

2 

3 

2 

10 








Hydrothorax . 


















Pleurisy, Diaphragmatic 


7 
25 

5 
11 

4 








6 

24 
5 
9 
4 


3 

11 

2 

28 

1 


9 
35 

7 
38 

5 


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Pleurisy, Acute, Fibrinous 

Pleurisy, Chronic, Fibrinous.. 






5 






— 


Pleurisy, Sim- Fibrinous 








1 


2 




Pnenmo-thorax. - 










Pneumo -he mo- thorax - 










1 


1 








Pneumo, Pyo-thoras 




















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lu fa ret ion ot Spleen.. 
Perisplenitis 
Spli nomegalj 
Mind, Diseases al 

Amnesic Condition 
Dementia, SiidjiU- . _ 

Dementia, Precox 

Idiocy 

Melancholia 

Mi Ton . 

.\ uc.'kl'.-y . 

Paranoia 

Psychosis, Alcoholic .. 

iiDsis, Confusional 
Psychosis, Depressive 

Iiosis, Manic, IH'iii- 
Psychosis, Morphine 
Psychosis, Puerperal 

Psychosis, Sinili 

Psychosis, Toxic. . . 

Hallucinosis 

Mental Inferiority . 
Mental Stupor . 



1 
17 
26 

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SURGICAL I 


OIVISIOK 












Totals 


Com: ii 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


1 

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Deformity of Bone— 

Curvature of Spine; Kyphosis. 


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16 


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1 

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2 

1 

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1 

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1 
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1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
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1 
1 
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1 




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1 

10 














Curvature of Spine; Scoliosis . 








7 


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1 

1 
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Coxa Plana 














Genu Valgum . 


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3 
1 
1 

1 
1 
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1 
2 
1 
3 


1 






















Spondylolisthesis 














Fragilitas Ossium . _ 


1 
1 








1 
1 














Hypebtbophy of Bone — 

Ltontiasis Ossca.. _ 










































4 










4 


— 


4 








Of Clavicle 
















Of Femur-.. 


2 








2 














Of Humerus 






















3 
1 
2 








2 


1 

1 
2 


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1 
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2 








Of Maxilla Inferior.. 














Multiple . 




















Of Radius. 










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Of Pelvis 














1 


1 








Necrosis ; Bone of Finger 












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1 

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Bone of Foot (Heel) 


8 
2 






















Maxilla Inferior. 








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1 


3 
1 




3 
1 


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Femur. . 

Finger 

Forearm. 

Hand. 

Humerus 
Jaw (Lower). . 

Leg, Fibula 

Leg. Tibia 

Leg, both Bones 

Thumb 

Osteo-myelilis. Chronic; Ankle 

Clavicle 

IJlbow . 

Femur 

Finger 

Foot... 

Forearm 

Hand. . 
Hip— 
Humerus 
Jaw (Lower) 

Knee 

Leg (Fibula) 

Tibia 

Both Boi 
Multiple.. 
Patella. _. 

IVLvis 

Ribs 

Shoulder. 
Skull 

Sternum.. 
Thumb. . . 

Toe 

Vertebra.. 



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1 

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7 
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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


FOR 


YEj 


i.R 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cubed 


IMPROVED 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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a 
S 

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A 
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O 


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a 
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3 
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BOMB, Diseases of —(continued) 
Hypebtbopbi of Bone — (continued) 




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Common Carotid Artery 
Middle Finger (sanv. 
Innominate Artery.. 
Popliteal Artery. J . _ . 

Embolism of Popliteal Artery 

Versa — 

Phlebitis; Vein of Leg 

Thrombosis; Vein of Leg 

Varicose Veins 

Congenital Malformations — 

Appendix ; Absence of .. 

Dislocation of Hip 

Anencephalgia 

Hydrocephalus. . . ., 

Meningocele 

Microcephalia __ 

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Harelip, alone . 

Cleft Palate and Hareli 

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Hymen; Imperforate 

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Kidney; Absence of __ 

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Nostril (Various) 

Spine; Spina Bifida 

Situs Inversus (Ectopic Heart).. -.- 

Test icle ; Non Descent 

Stomach; Pyloric Constriction 

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Caries of Teeth 

Gingivitis, „ 

Pyorrhoea, Alveolaris (Riggs) 

Mouth — 

Ludwig's Angina 

Uvula and Palate — 

Elongation of Uvula. 

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Calculi of Parotid _ . 

Concretion . . 

Inflammation of Submaxillary. 
Mikulicz's Disease 

ToNGVE 

Ulcer of Tongue__ _ 

Tonsil— 

Abscess, Peritonsillar 

Hypertrophy of Tonsil (Operated) 

Tonsillitis, Chronic (Operated) 

Tonsillitis, Chronic with Adenoids i ( )j>. ; 

Oesophagus — 

Foreign Body in (Various) _ 

Stricture of Oesophagus (Surg, cases) . 
Stenosis of Oesophagus 

Pakcreab — 

Pancreatitis (Acute 1, Chronic 1) 

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Abscess, Retro-pharyngeal 

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Ear, Diseases of — 
Ai JttCXK — 

Abscess of Auricle. 

Fistula, Prc-Auricular 

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Impacted Cerumen 

Otitis Externa. 

Eustachian Tube — 

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Mastoiditis, Acute . 

Mastoiditis, Chronic . . 
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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


POB 


Vi:\K 1883, SURGICAL DIVISION- 


■Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


a 

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Eye, Diseases of — (oontih 

Choroid (contiot 


6 
I 
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10 

1 

13 

1 
11 


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8 
6 

17 

1 

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1 

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1 
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Cboro-retiniti-. __ . ,, 








Uveitis -. . 








i 

2 
1 

2 


3 
1 


i 
s 

2 
2 








Conjunct! ■ 

Conjunctivitis; Aculi', Catarrhal 


2 

1 


— 


2 
1 






















Chronic. Gonorrhoea! . 






















1 
10 


i 


2 

1 


2 
1 
1 






















Hemorrhage, Sub-conjunctival.. 














i iplitlialmia Neonatorum 

Pterygium.., _. ...... ... 


1 
120 


3 






1 

100 


1 

39 

1 
1 

1 
1 

J 

10 

20 

1 

10 


2 
138 

1 
I 
1 
1 
2 

1 1 

39 

2 

17 










1 


1 


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25 








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1 

2 

4 

24 

1 

in 








4 
19 

1 
7 














1 I L-morrhagc into Anterior Chambei 
Hypopion. . 








2 

























5 


2 


7 






















Opacity of Cornea. 





















n 
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g 

o 
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Staphyloma of Cornea 


1 41 5 




1 


i 


1 
20 

7 
20 


3 
23 

3 
46 

2 


10 
66 

2 


3 

11 


1 
12 


1 
17 

3 

50 








VJlcer of. Cornea 


25 

12 


35 

3 
82 

2 

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1 

10 

5 
2 

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l 

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3 

12? 


60 

15 
118 

2 

2 
15 

2 
17 

12 
2 
2 

44 
3 
1 
1 

1 

14 

2 

8 

42fl 














Glaucoma — 

Glaucoma, Acute 


2 




2 
















Globe — 














Hyphemia. _ _ 


2 
4 
1 

7 

7 










2 


"2 


■2 

2 








Panophthalmitis 








4 
1 
7 

4 


1 

1 
7 

S 
2 

""is 

""i 

l 


13 

2 

11 

9 

2 

2 

36 

2 

1 








Protrusion of Globe 














Phthisis Bulbi 








3 


3 


3 
3 








Ims — 

Iritis, Simple_ 




























Incarceration of Iris 


1 

2b 

3 








2 

21 

2 






















S 
1 


3 


s 
1 








Occlusion of Pupil 














Prolapse of Iris 














Synechia .. 
























I.AI ukymai Apparatus — 

Abscess of Sac 


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2 

5 

293 

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7 








Dacro-cyslitis 








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2 

3 

208 

5 

1 

28 

12 

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1 
4 


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4 

97 

1 
1 

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2 

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9 
1 

125 
13 
2 
1 
4 
1 

22 
2 

2 






















Lens — 

Aphakia. 








2 
82 


2 
34 


I 
116 








Cataract, Acquired 


2 
1 





2 
1 


1 





bl 


Cataract, Congenital .. , 


4 


Thickening of Capsule . 


114 
2 
2 
1 

"i 

3 


I 

151 
15 
3 
5 
4 
I 

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LjLDS — 

Chalazion 








•I 
1 

3 


17 
1 

1 
1 


26 
2 
1 

4 






















Entropion 














Hordeolum 














Ptosis 














Tarsitis 




















Muscles and Nerves — 

Insufficiency of Ocular Muscle 


25 
2 
5 








20 

2l 


5 


1 


G 








Nystagmus 


.... 2 
1 5l 














Paralysis of Recti 








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3 









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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


FOR 


YE/ 


LR 1933, SURGICAL DIVISION- 


■Continued 








Totals 


CURED 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


CLASSIFICATION AND DIAGNOSIS 


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Kyk, Diseases of — (continued) 
' ii'i'i'' Ki:kvs — 

Atrophy of Optic Nerve 


6 

3 
3 
2 

1 
2 

3 

8 

2 

10 

4 

Is 
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1 

1 
7 
1 
3 


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4 

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1 


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8 
4 
3 

5 
2 

3 

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12 

5 
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10 
5 

8 

1 

12 

3 

4 

1 
2 









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2 
2 

1 


10 
3 

"i 


16 
6 

2 
3 

1 


l 


3 
2 

1 


3 
2 
2 






















Neuro-rctinitis , _ _ 














Retinitis 














Orbit — 

Abscess of Orbit . _ 


"i 





I 


.... 

l 

2 


4 

1 


4 

1 

1 
3 








Calculus of Orbit .... 








Vitreous Humor — 

Opacity of Vitreous Humor 


2 

a 

2 

s 

2 
16 

5 
1 
1 

1 
3 


4 
1 

1 

1 

14 

1 

2 

." 

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2 

10 
6 
9 
3 

30 
9 
3 
6 

1 
6 








Eye, Injuries of 

Contusion of Kvi' - - - 


— 












Rupture, Traumatic of Cornea 














2 
2 
2 

1 


1 

2 
2 


3 
2 
5 

1 
2 

2 




































Punctured Wound of Eye-ball . 


























Lacerated Wound of Eyelid 














Gangrene — 

Diabetic Gangrene: Finger 














Foot 




1 


1 








4 

1 


1 

2 


5 


Leg. _ _ „. 








3 


To. 








2 


1 


3 


1 


- 


1 




Infective Gangrene: Ears 










1 


1 


Finger 


2 













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Gangrene, Senile of: Foot 

Leg- 

Thigh 

Thumb 

Toe 

Obliterate ve Endarteritis; Fool 
Symmetrical Gangrene; Foot.. _ 

Traumatic Gangrene; Finger. 

Foot. 

Scrotum 



Genito rniNAiiv Sybtxh, Diseases of — ■ 
Itl.AliDKlt (Male only) — 

Calculus of Bladder... 

Cystitis, Acute- 

Cystitis, Chronic. 

Fistula, Supra-pubic 

Foreign Body in (Sponge) 

Contraction of Neck of Bladder 

Diverticulum 

Exstrophy of Bladder 

Neuroses; Incontinence of Urine 

Retention of Urine 

Kidney — 

Ah . idney < Not Pcrineph,)-- 

Ahsccss, Perinephritic 

Cystic Kidney.. 

Nephrolithiasis 

Nephroptosis 

Hydronephrosis . 



Pyclonephriti . . 

Pyonephrosis 

Hypernephroma 



1 
1 

11 
1 

1 



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27 





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1 
7 
2 

28 
13 
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11 




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1 


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1 


2 




12 


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12 




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1 


3 


2 


28 


1 


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7 


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3 


16 


31 




20 


1 


12 






21 



24 
12 

10 

1 
7 
7 



5 



3 
12 



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1 

1 
1 
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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


COMTONTJ»D 








Totals 


Cored 


Improved 


Station' 


AST 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


I 

5 


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Genito i kivakv System — (com 
Ureter — 

Calculus of Ureter. _ _ 


8'J 
5 

;; 

2 

3 

17 
1 
1 
2 
6 
477 
1 


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35 
12 

17 

2 

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6 
4 
1 

2 

7 

77 

1 

3 

14 

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1 
5 

8 

28 
86 

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1 
1 


3 




3 


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s 

2 


9 

1 
1 
1 


73 
6 
3 

I 


19 


2 


21 


3 




a 


Kink of Ureter . 










1 





1 








Ureteritis, Acute 














Tunis — 

Adhesions of GlaiuK 










2 
1 

11 

1 


" 1 
22 


2 

2 

33 

1 








Balano-posthitis. .. 








2 

6 


3 

38 


S 

44 








Chancroids i All ■ 














Herpes Progenitalia. 








Oedema of Penis 








1 


2 

7 

17 

482 

"i 

i 

42 

B 

26 

1 
3 


3 
7 

21 

S.SSI 

1 
4 

6 

119 
111 
48 

6 
3 
1 
1 








Papillomata (Venereal Warts 1 








2 

1 
38 


5 

3 

72 


7 

4 
lid 
















4 

407 

1 








Phimosis 


32 


56 


38 
















Ulcer of Penis (Not Chancroid 










1 


1 








Prostata Gland — 

Abscess of Prostate 


6 

134 
16 
39 

6 








5 
77 
10 
22 

5 


1 
16 


1 

23 


2 


Prostatitis, Acute . . 


9 


e 


15 


32 

6 

17 


14 

3 
21 


46 

9 

38 




Prostatitis, Chronic . 














Scbottjii — 

Abscess or Scrotum . . _ . 








1 


1 


a 


of Scrotum 











1 


1 




Foreign Body in (Piece <>f Ste 1 


1 
1 








1 
1 








Pyodermia of Scrotum. 





















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> 

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a 
o 

H 

V 

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Seminal Vebicuer— 

Spermatocele 

Vesiculitis 

Testicle and Epididymis — 

Atrophy of Testicle. 

Epididymitis, Acute . 

Epididymitis, Chronic 

Orchitis, Acute .. 

Orchitis, Chronic . . 

Orchitis, Traumatic 

Tunica Vaginalis — 

Hematocele.. .. 

Hydrocele of Tunica Vaginalis 

Hydrocele of Spermatic Cord 

Varicocele 

I'KF.THKA — • 

Abscess, Peri-urethral 

Extravasation of Urine 

Fistula ii f Urethra . . . . 

Foreign Body in (Pebble) 

Stricture of Urethra 

Urethritis, Acute (Incl. Gonorrhoea). 
Urethritis, Chronic 

CIONAIi DlSTURBAN' 

Masturbation 

Sexual Neurasthenia 

pro Uuixauy System, Injuries of — 

Rupture, Traumatic of Bladder 

Contusion of Kidney 

Rupture, Traumatic of Kidney.. 

Hematoma of Scrotum. 

Lacerated Wound of Scrotum 

Contusion of Testicle _ 

Hematoma of Testicle. . 

Dislocation of Testicle 

Contusion of Urethra. 

Rupture, Traumatic of Urethra 



71 

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56 

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122 

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1 



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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Station 


ART 


DlED 


Classification and Diagnosis 


a 

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s 


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Hernia — 

External; Femoral Hernia 


19 
1 

488 

3 

5 

12 

15 

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1 

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15 

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Femoral Hernia, Incomplete 








Inguinal Hernia, Complete _ 
Inguinal Hernia, Incomplete 


72 
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1 

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l 

4 
4 


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1 
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2 

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2 

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158 

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3 

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Inguinal Hernia, Congenital 
Epigastric Hernia 


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2 


Umbilical Hernia 


l 

2 


1 

1 
1 

1 

"i 

2 


2 
3 
1 


Ventral Hernia 

Ventral Hernia, Congenital. 


Internal; Diaphragmatic, Congenital— 








1 
3 
9 

1 


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i 
3 

11 
1 










1 


Strangulated; Femoral Hernia 


---- 


1 


1 








1 
1 
1 
1 


1 


Inguinal Hernia 








2 


1 tnhilical Hernia 














3 


Ventral Hernia. _ 














I 


f N FK CT1 V E 1) IS E A SES 

Abscess, Ordinary, as Follows: — 

Of Abdominal Wall 


2 


1 


3 


9 
3 
3 

t 
11 

11 


7 

3 
3 
4 
I 
8 
1 
3 
2 


16 
3 



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15 

19 
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1 


1 


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1 


1 
1 


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1 

1 

1 





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1 


1 


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Of Hack 














lie's 














Buttock. 


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2 


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Of Face 








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Of Jaw (Not Alveolar) 
About Knri 
Or Let; 

M i <liaslillul 

Of Mastoid Region 

M ultiple . 

Of Neck 

Of Nose., _ . 

!'l1\ ic Region 

( if Perineum 

Of Popliteal Space 

Psoas Abscess . 

Of Scalp- 

About Shoulder 

Sacro -coccygeal 

Sub-Mental 

01 Thigh (Not Hip)... 

nf Thoracic Wall 

■ >i Toe _ 

Anthrax 

Carbuncle, as Follows — 
Of Abdominal Wall— 
Of Ann 

Of Back 

Of Buttock 

of Pace. 

About Hip 

About Knee 

Of Lip 

Multiple 

Of Neck 

Of Scalp.. _ 

About Shoulder 



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1 
3 


— 


1 


i 














1 


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18 
1 


S 
1 
1 


26 
2 
1 








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2 
















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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cored 


Improved 


Station art 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


E 

s 


a 
a 

IS 

o 
j 
o 
O 


i 

o 

H 


i 

a 


a 

K 

K 
Q 

O 

u 


o 
H 


1 


a 

M 

s 

o 

o 
O 


< 

H 
O 


B 

Si 

5 



H 
1 

5 

o 

o 


< 
o 


| 

B 


e 

w 
a 
o 

5 
u 


< 


H 


iu: DISEASES ii iiNTINl'Kli.l 
Carbuncle — (continued) 

Of Thigh 


2 


1 
2 

1 

"i 

"i 

i 
i 

ii 

i 

4 
4 
1 
7 
1 
2 
8 

2 

1 


3 

a 

2 
2 

11 
1 
1 

3 
■1 
3 

31 

2 

22 

7 

1 

16 

2 

3 

46 

2 

1 

6 
1 
1 


1 




1 






1 
1 

1 
2 

8 


I 




1 












1 


1 


Cellulitis, as Follows-r- 

Of AhdnmiiKil Wall 


1 
2 

10 
1 
1 

2 
3 
2 

20 
1 

18 
3 
















1 


1 


ni Ankle... 








a 

7 








OfArm__ 


2 


— 


2 


i 




1 








Of Back.. 


1 





1 


or Buttock . 








1 
2 
3 
1 

13 
1 

11 
3 


"a 
i 

6 


1 
3 
4 
1 

21 
2 

14 
■1 
1 

13 










Of gu 




















(if Elbow... 




















Of Eye and JCvlid ; I of Orbit.. 








1 

3 


1 


3 








Pace 


2 


3 


5 


2 





2 




Of Poot 


3 





3 


I 


1 

2 


5 
2 








Of Forearm.. _. 





1 


yi 


Of Groin 








Of Hand 


9 
1 

1 
38 
2 
1 
4 





1 


1 


7 


2 
1 


"i 


2 
2 








Of Jaw 








About Knee. 


"i 


1 


1 

1 


1 
2 


1 

6 


2 

;;■! 
2 








01 Leg 


4 


1 


5 





1 


l 


Of Up. 


iaiurii ir> Gland 








1 
1 





1 

1 








Of Nick 








3 


2 










< if I'harynx 










1 


i 


Uf Penis 


1 














1 




1 







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2 

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i if Perineum. 

Retropharyngeal .. 

Of Scalp.. 

Of Thigh. ___ 

Of Thoracic Wall 

Of Toe ^ 

Erysipelas, as Follows — 

Of Abdominal Wall 

Of Ankle 

Of Arm 

Of Buttock _-- 

Of Ear _ 

Of Face 

Of Foot 

Of Hip 

(it Knee 

Of Lcg__ 

Of Thigh_.. 

Kuruuculosis .. 

Infected Parts, as Follows 

Abdominal Wall 

Ankle 

Arm 

Buttock 

Ear 

Eye 

Face 

Finger.. 

Foot. 

Forearm 

Groin 

Hand 

Hip 

Jaw... 

Knee 

_._ 



Mastoid Region 

Neck. 



12 



G5 

2 

us 

13 



4 
3 
1 

2 
4 

17 
17 

2 

1 

22 

I 

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15 



11 


1 


1 


1 


8 


4 


8 


4 




1 


i 


2 




1 




1 




1 


l 


1 




1 




12 




2 




1 




1 


3 


OS 




2 


11 


79 


2 


15 


1 


1 


1 


5 




3 




1 




2 


2 


6 


! 


21 


12 


29 


2 


4 




1 


20 


42 


1 


1 


3 


7 


1 


7 


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20 




4 




1 




1 







1 




1 


1 




























1 


1 








1 
1 

1 


3 
2 

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4 
3 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


















— 


1 


1 
































1 





1 








1 
1 

1 






















































1 


1 

1 
1 




















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11 
2 

1 
1 

47 
I 

51 

11 


3 

1 

2 

1 


11 

2 
1 
1 

50 
1 

58 

13 
1 

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7 

1 

11 

1 


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7 

1 

17 

1 














1 


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1 
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3 
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15 

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25 

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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1934, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


—Continued 








Totals 


Cored 


luj'Kin i:j> 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


m 

i 


s 
w 
M 

o 

Q 

o 


j 

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1 


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3 


a 

3 

o 

i 

a 


j 

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8 


H 

a 


o 
m 

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o 
3 
o 

O 


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n 


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a 
M 
e 

o 
O 


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o 
H 


a 


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S 
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Im BCTtVH DlSBABBS — (CONTINUUM) 

Infected Pauts — (continued) 


i 

i 

3 


1 
1 

2 

1 
.... 

3 
4 

"1 

1 

1 

"*i 

i 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
450 

as 


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1 




1 














Pharyngeal Region _. 


I 


— 


I 














Penis 


3 


1 

2 

1 

"i 

3 

3 

.... 


4 

1 
4 
1 

1 
2 
7 
10 
1 
1 
1 














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Scalp 


J 








2 














Shoulder . . _ 




















Thigh 


1 

1 
4 
7 
2 








1 

1 
4 
7 
1 














Thoracic Wall... 




— 

















Thumb 














Toe ... 








"i 


1 


1 

1 








Wrist 














Pyaemia 














Septicaemia (Not puerperal) . .. 


5 








1 








4 


1 


5 


Syphilis; Gumma of Back .. _ 










I 


1 
1 




Buttock. 


1 














i 








Pace 










1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
290 
19 


1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
430 
21 
































Liver . _ 


1 








1 










! 


1 


Nose , . _ 












Palate (Soft)„_ 


2 








1 


i 


... 


1 








Sternum 














Thoracic Wall - 
























Syphilis, Acquired; Ordinary F«rm> 


231 

8 

1 








140 
2 


S7 


5 


230 
5 

1 


4 



17 
11 


21 


Syphilis, Congenital. 








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Tub 

Boues, Joints, etc 

01 Hii<, separately 

Dissenuaated. 

Of Eve 

Of Hand . 

Of Kidney.. 

Of Lymphatic* 

Of Mammary Gland __ 

Of Omentum 

of Rectum 

Salningeal , 

01 Skin (Lupus)— 

"I 1 

Of Throat .. 

Of Vagina 

I.NjrMES— 

Amputation, Traumatic; Arm 

Fingers 

Foot (one) 

Forearm 

Hand.. 

Ijf-K 

Legs & Arms. 

Thumb 

Avulsion; Leg.. 

Of Scalp 

Injuries, Multiple; By Motor Cars 

By Falling 

By Hurricane 

By R.R. Aces 

Contusion; Of Abdomen 

About Ankle 

Of Arm._ _ 

Of Back_ 

Of Body 

About iillirnv 
of Face 



11 

11 



22 
3 



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3 



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4 

36 
9 
1 



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9 
1 
1 

1 
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7 
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19 

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8 
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2 
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12 






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— 


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1 






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2 
2 
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1 

1 


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2 
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1 
2 








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2 


9 


11 




1 


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2 










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i 


l 


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2 






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2 
1 
1 


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3 

1 
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a 

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3 
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1 


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1 










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1 














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2 








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2 


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12 
3 




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1 


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1 

9 
2 


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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cubed 


Improves 


Stationaey 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


s 


1 
m 

3 
o 
o 


i 

o 


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a 
m 
m 
o 

3 

O 


< 

6- 
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X 


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o 
O 


a 


a 
g 

S 


a 
w 
M 

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s 
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1 N' 1 V RIKS (CCIXTI N UED) 

Coiitnsif.il ; Of Ft>ot- 


4 


3 

1 

3 
11 
10 
6 
2 
1 

"if 

2 
1 
1 
10 
16 
4 
2 
1 
9 
2 
3 

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7 

1 

10 

20 

24 

27 

S 

3 

1 

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30 

1 

1 

15 

26 

7 

4 

3 

19 

2 

6 

1 
1 
1 
2 








3 


3 


6 


1 




1 








Of Groin ... 


... 


1 


1 










7 

e 
ii 

22 

6 
2 
1 

21 


6 

fl 
9 

20 
6 
1 
1 

11 
6 


3 
8 
S 
3 
2 
1 

11 
1 
1 
1 
C 
11 
4 
2 

""i 

2 
2 


9 
14 

17 
23 
8 
2 
1 
22 
7 
1 
1 

Id 
19 
G 
4 
1 
2 
2 
4 
2 


1 
3 
l 
l 


""3 

2 
2 


1 


6 
3 










... 

l 












Of Leg 





I 
1 








Multiple. ..... 








Of Neck. 








Of Nose 








i 





1 








Region .. 














Of Scalp _ 


— 


1 


1 


10 
2 


5 

1 


15 

3 








About Shoulder 






- - - - 


Of Side 














OfSj>ine__ 
























01 Thigh 


5 
11 
3 
2 
2 
10 




1 


1 


4 
8 
2 
2 
1 
1 


1 
3 

1 


3 

■1 


4 

7 

I 








Of Thorasc.__ 








Crush Injury; Foot 




































1 





1 


"9 


l 

8 


1 

17 


Thorax .. 








Toe 
















Hematoma of; Abdominal Wall 


ii 
2 


— 


1 


1 


2 
2 


1 





1 








Hack.. 








Brain 
















1 


[ 


Face 


1 
I 








i 

1 


"i 


1 
1 
1 












Foot 






























1 


1 









8 



o 
> 

H 

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IH 

H 

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r 



Nose 

Scrotum . 

Thoracic w.ill 

Testicle. 

Thigh 
Gunshot Wounds, as Follows — - 

Of Abdomen, Penetrating 

Ot Abdomen, Superficial 

Of Ankle 

Of Arm 

Of Axilla 

Of Back 

Of Body 

Of Buttock 

(if Slbow - - 

Of Kvl 

Of Face. 

Hot 

Of Forearm 

Of Hand 

Of Head, Penetrating 

Of Head, Superficial 

Ofllih 
Of Knee 

OfLcg.. 

< >1 Mastoid Region 

Of Mouth 

Multiple 

seek 

Of Pelvic Region. 

Of Perineum. 

Of Shoulder . 

Of Side 

Of Thigh 

Of Thorax, Penetrating 



■1 

I 

II 

7 



21 
2 
2 

12 



15 



HI 
21 



1 






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1 
I 


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8 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 














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2 

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1 














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3 






1 


1 








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1 














1 


1 





1 








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3 


8 


3 


10 
2 
2 

10 


13 

2 
2 

12 


5 


8 


13 


t 


2 





2 




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15 








2 


1 


I 


1 

1 


1 


l 


2 


1 










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6 


7 


12 


1 


1 


2 


1 








1 
1 


2 


1 

3 




1 










1 

i 

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2 
4 

"2 

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1 
7 


1 
1 
5 
1 

6 
<> 
5 
4 
2 
2 
2 

17 
1 
3 
4 

II) 








1 








I 
2 

3 
1 

3 








It 




















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1 


1 


1 
1 


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I 


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1 
1 


1 

3 
1 

2 








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2 


11 


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1 
1 
4 


2 

1 
4 








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1 


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3 
3 








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2 


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3 








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3 


7 


10 


I 








1 


1 
2 





1 
2 








30 

2s 


4 
6 


13 

12 


17 
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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Station ABr 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


= 


a 

g 

o 
O 


•s 


a 
| 

a 


a 

B 

3 
5 
3 
o 
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i 

o 

:- 


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a 


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s 

o 
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H 


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1 


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s 



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5 
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Injuries — -(continued) 
Gunshot Wounds — (continued) 
Of Thorax, Superficial-. 




12 
1 

I 

1 

i 

■i 
l 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

13 

6 
3 


12 

2 

2 

1 
1 
1 
t 
1 
2 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

17 

5 

1 










9 

1 

i 


9 
2 






3 








Of Wrist _, 


i 
i 








i 
i 








Incised Wounds, as Follows — 
Of Abdominal Wall. ... 





1 


1 














Of Arm _ 














Of Tact- 


l 










1 


— 


1 








Of Foot 










l 

1 

i 
i 

2 

1 

I 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

8 
& 
2 


4 

12 
5 
3 

l 
1 








Multiple . _... 
























Of Neck 
























Of Scalp ... 







I 


1 


— 














About Shoulder 
















1 tl" Thoracic Wall 
























d ami Inpbctbd Wounds— 
























About Ankle (Achilles Tendon cut)... 
























Of Arm 






















(if Back 
























Of Foot 
























Of Leg 
























Stab, or Punctured Wounds 
Of Abdomen : Pern 
1 II Abdomen ; Superficial 


4 




1 


1 


■i 


"i 


1 

1 
1 


i 

1 
2 




3 


' 


Of Arm 


2 
4 

1 








i 
i 

i 








Of Axilla 














Of Back, Penetrating , .... 





















ml 

01 I'oot 

Multiple 

Of Seal]. 
Vboul Shouldei 

ofTliiRh 

Of Thorax; Penetrating 

Thorax; Superficial 

Of Toe 

Stab ash Infected Woi wds 
\rm 

CM \viiu 

I >f pool 

Alir. nt Shoulder. . 

ill" Thumb 

Lacerated Wounds, as Follows 

< tf Abdominal Wall 
Atnml Ankle 

win 

Of Back 

Of Body 
About Elbow 
i )f Pace 

< >f Finger 

or Foot 

Of Forearm . 

1 1) Hand 

About Hip 

Ahoul K 11 ■•■ 

Ofleg __ 

Up 

Multiple 

Of Moulh 

OfNeci 

Of Nose 
Or Scalp 
About Shoulder _.. 



2 
1 
6 
1 

2 
33 

2 
3 
2 
10 
1 

2 
5 
2 
5 
I 
6 
2 

m 



8 




S 


2 




S 


6 




I 


i 


S 


3 


a 


3 




6 


21 


26 


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35 


... 


1 




1 




1 




1 


j 


I 


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! 


: 


6 


l 


2 


■1 


a 


2 


3 


1 


i 


1 


3 


HI 


01 


-. 


4 


"t 


6 


-I 


6 


S 


15 




1 


: 


4 


1 


14 


s 


10 


7 


12 




1 


2 


8 




2 


51 


120 


:•; 


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a 

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s 



3 

2s 



2 
2.s 
1 
2 
1 

6 
1 
2 
4 
2 
4 
1 
I 

2 
49 



1 
3 
4 



39 



2 

1 

3 

10 

2S 
1 



3 

52 
2 
S 

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1 
4 

12 
8 

10 
1 
5 
2 

B8 
1 



20 



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2 



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1 
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2 



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2 



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REPORT OF RECORD 


ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


■Continued 










Totals 


CDTtED 


Imfrov 


ED 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


5 


a 
m 
M 

o 
3 

o 

a 


i 

■ 


i 


1 

18 


3 
O 
O 


i 

O 






B 

« 

s 



a 


s3 

H 

O 

H 


g 

S 
f3 


a 
Id 
K 

s 





$ 


i-> 


9 

1 


a 

3 




H 

O 


l.NJt MES — (continued) 

Lacerates Woi m's (continued) 

OfThigh 


3 
3 


l 

6 
3 

1 

"i 

2 

1 
1 
1 

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i 

3 

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i 

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1 
2 


4 
9 
3 
4 

1 
1 
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2 
3 
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1 
2 
1 
1 
9 
1 
1 

3 
1 
3 
5 
17 
2 








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1 

1 

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2 
1 
1 
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4 
8 
1 
4 

1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 














I'horacic Wall _ 











1 

2 


1 
2 








of l*oe, .. 














About Wrist 


3 

1 








1 








HATED AND INFECTED WotJNDS 

About Ankle _ _ 




















Of Arm 




















of Face ._ 


1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
2 








2 














Of Foot 




















(if Firearm 


1 





1 














Of Hand . - . 














About Knee _ ..... . 




















Oi Leg 




















Of Lip - - - — . - . . . - . - 




















Of Neck 














1 


1 

2 








Of Scalp 


e 
i 


1 




1 


3 

1 


3 
""i 


6 
1 
1 


2 








Of Thigh 








About "Wrist . 




















Poisoned Wounds, as Follows — 

Dog Bite 


2 

i 


— 


1 


1 




1 


1 


2 








Hog Bite .. 


1 


"3 

1 
2 


1 

B 
14 

1 





— 




Human R?t* 










Insect Bite 


4 

16 

2 








4 
12 

1 














Snake Bite. . . 


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1 




1 
1 


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2 

















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of Mammary Gland 
Caked Breast 
Hypertrophy of Mammary Gland 

Mastitis, Acute . 

Mastitis, Chronic— 
Milk Cyst 
Tnvunin Gland — 

Goitre; All Operated Cases 

Isolated Glands. Injuries of — 

Spleen; Rupture of Spleen.. _ 

Joints. Diseases of — 

Ankylosis of: Elbow . 

Pingei . 
Hip - 

Kirt and Patella 

Shoulder . 

Wrist 

1 1 1 mart limsis; Kjiee 

Arthritis ; Gonorrhoeal, Acute.. 
Gonorrhoeal, Chronic 
Rheumatic, Acute. 

Rheumatic, Chronic 

Atrophic. . . 
Hypertrophic, Acut< 

Hypertrophic, Chronic. . 

Serous, Acute 
us, Chronic 

Suppurative, Acute 

Suppurative, Chron 
Defohmities ok Joints — 
Hallus Valgus 

Claw- Foot 

Pes Planus 

Pes Valgus 

Pseudoarthrosis; Leg 1, Forearm t 

Synarthrosis. 



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2 


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11 


M 


10 


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23 


20 


43 


4 




4 


1 




1 


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166 


79 


57 


136 


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15 


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129 


43 


172 


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Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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JOINTS, Diseases of — (CONTINUED) 

DEroBKtTOBB or- joints — (continued) 
Derangement of Knee Joint. . _ 


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1 
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3 








Dislocation: Of Semilunar Cartliagc.. 














Of Ankle, 














Of Clavicuto-Acromial . . 








1 
1 
1 


3 

"i 


4 
1 

2 








Sacro-CoccygeaL.. . 














Of Elbow 








3 


2 


4 
1 
3 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
6 








Of Finger __ . 














Of Bones of Foot__ 


1 








1 














Of Bones of Hand 




















Of Hip (Not Congen.)-- 


4 








4 














Of Knee 




















Of PeJvir : 


1 

7 
1 
3 








1 














Of Sacro-IIiac Joint 








"2 
1 
2 


1 


1 
2 
1 
2 








Of Shoulder 


1 





1 


4 








Of Toe 
















1 


19 


2 
1 
1 
2 
S 
1 
2 
1 
5 
65 





2 


2 


Of Wrist. 








Impaired Motion of Elbow 


I 
3 
7 
1 
1 








1 
2 
7 
1 
1 














Rupture, Traumatic; Ligament, k 








I 
1 


"i 


I 
1 
1 








Sprain of: Ankle 














Back 














Calcaneal Ligament 














Elbow 






















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1 
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1 

13 


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1 
24 








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Syi Elbovi 

Hip . . 

Knee,_ 

I.viii'iiATic System, Diseases of — 

Bubo 

KK pfaantiasia {Various) 

i nitis, Acute 

Lymphadenitis, Chronic 

Lymphangitis 

Thrombo-Angitis, Obliterans 

Miscellaneous Conditions — ■ 

Artificial Bye Kitted 

Cast Renewed 

Cast Removed, 

Chondritis 

Infected Stump 

Painful Stump. 

Unhealed Stump . 

Cicatricial Contraction; Arm 

Axilla. 

Facc_ 
Foot 

Forearm... 
Hand 

Knee 

Leg 

Nostril. . . 

Orbit 

Toe 
Wrist 
Effects of Electricity; Burn of Hand 

Shock __ 
Burns, Ordinary 



Abdominal \Y;ill . _ 
About Ankle. 

Arm 

Axilla. .. 

Back 

Body. 

Body & Extremities. 



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37 
40 
12 
22 
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2 

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1 
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2 
2 
1 
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1 
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1 
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YEAR 1933, SURGICAL DIVISION— 


■Con 


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Totals 


Cubed 


IMPROVE!) 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


1 

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Miscellaneous — -Cconti n i bd I 

Burns, ordinary; Buttock, 


1 


2 

1 

1 
5 
I 

2 
2 

13 

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1 

1 

3 

"i 

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1 


7 
1 
1 
7 

13 
8 
7 
1 

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12 
1 

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1 
1 

6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
1 
1 
1 








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1 

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B 
1 
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10 

6 

3 
5 

1 
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1 


1 


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Eye 




















Extremities 


8 
8 

4 

2 
4 

1 

a 

i 

36 








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6 
3 

1 

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1 
1 

a 


i 

i 





I 
1 




. 




Face 




1 


1 


1 
1 

1 


1 


1 
2 


Face ft LTpper l.imtis 


Foot i 1 with Leg 














1 


Forearm and Band 








— 


1 


1 




Hand alone. . 














Hip 




















Leg. 

• Lip 


i 




1 


"i 

2 


2 

2 

1 


2 
1 
4 
1 





3 


3 


Multiple 

Neck 


i 


3 


4 


27 


19 


46 


6 


11 


17 


Shoulder 












1 
3 

" i 


1 
6 
2 

1 
1 










Thigh. 


3 
2 

"1 

1 
2 
1 
1 

1 








3 
2 














Thoracic Wall 














Thumb. 




















Powder Burn or Eye. 








1 














Friction Burn: Of Arm 








1 

1 
1 





1 
1 
1 








Of Face 








1 


2 


3 








Multiple. _ . 














of Nose 








1 
1 


1 


1 
1 
I 








Of Shoulder 




















Thigh 





















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Radium Bumol Rectum.. 

Corrosive 'Burn ol ! 

Frost Bite 

Foreign Body, as Follows 

In Abdominal Wall (Bullet) 

In Abdominal Wall (Needle) 

I n Back ( Needle I . 

In Buttock (Ballet)— 

In Elbow (Bnlh-t 1, Thorn 1) 

In Face (Bullet) 

In Finger (Splinter) 

In Foot (Various) . 

In Forearm (Lane Plan 

In Hand (Needle 2. Splinter i 

In Hip (Bullet) 

In Knee (Needle) 

In Leg (Fragment ol Glass) 

In Mediastinal Space (Safety Pin) 

In Nostril 

About Shoulder (Knife 1, Glass 1)~ 
About Thigh (Bullets 2, Various 5)_ 
About Thoracic Wall (Bullet !)_„_.. 
About Wrist (Spiculum of B. 

Omphalitis . 

Post-operative Adhesions (Not Gyn.). 
Post operative Hemorrhagi (No1 Oos. 

Post-operative Sinus. 

Shock (Not Obstetrical) 11" . 

Umbilical Hemorrhage 

Purpura 

Oedemu of Leg; Undertennined.. 

Mfiici'un System, Diseases ol 

Mi si r.E — 

Atrophy Progressive of Muscle 

Contracture; Muscles of Hand 

Fibrosis; Muscle of Leg . 

Myalgia __ 

Myositis, Acute. 



1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

67 

71 

II 



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I 
I 

2 
12 



1 

2 
2 

2 
Hi 
111 

4 



1 








1 

1 


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1 


1 








1 














1 








1 










1 








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1 








1 










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1 








l 
















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1 








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1 


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2 
1 

14 
4 
3 
3 
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59 
62 

11 








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1 





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1 








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6 
4 


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1 


1 

24 

12 

5 




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2 





10 
2 







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2 
















1 

1 


— 


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1 
















1 
















1 
1 


1 
3 


■I 








1 
1 


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1 
1 


2 








1 














1 








1 





1 








2 








2 
11 


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2 
14 








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1 




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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, SURGICAL DIVISION— Continued 





Totals 


CURED 


Improved 


Station Any 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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m 

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a 



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M i BCLB : CI >\tinm:I! i 

Myositis, Chronic. . 


2 
6 

2 

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1 
2 
1 


2 

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7 

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4 
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3 
1 
1 

2 
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2 
2 

14 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 








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1 


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3 


3 

8 

1 


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l 

1 


2 


I 
1 








Torticollis . . . 




1 


1 










Tendons and Shxai i 

Club-Foot: Talipes Culcanens 




Talipes Bquinus. . 





1 


1 








Talipes Equino- Valgus 


1 
14 
1 
2 
1 


"i 

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"1 

1 

1 

1 

"i 


4 
IS 

1 
8 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
I 
2 
10 














Talipes Equino Varus. . . 








4 


1 


5 








Cnritracture; Achilles Tendon 














Tenosynovitis of : Fingcr_ 








---- 


1 


1 








Hand 














Thumb _. 




















Wrist. . 


1 

1 

3 

1 

2 

10 








1 














(Vanglion of: Ankle. 




















[■'inner (1 Trigger Finger) 








1 
1 














Foot 


1 




1 


1 

1 


...! 


2 
1 








Hand 








Popliteal Space 








2 
15 








Wrist 


2 


- - 


2 


2 


i 


2 

1 

1 








Mrsii.E, Injuries of — 

\.bdominalis 




Rupture uf Rectus Abdommalis. 


1 
1 

i 

3 








1 
1 


i 

2 
3 


1 
2 
2 

i 

6 










i ontraction of Achilles Tendon 




















Contraction of Tendon; finger 1, hand 1 




















Incised Wound, Muscle of Hand 








1 

2 






















1 




1 









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*Nervoc8 System, Diseases of — 

Biiain and Meninges — 

Abscess u[ Brain . 

Epilepsy, Surgically treated 

Meningitis, Suppurative 

Arachnoiditis 

Sinus Thrombosis _, 

Paralysis; Diplegic 1, Face 3 .. 

I'KRIl'HERAL NERVES 

Neuritis, Local. 

Neuralgia ; Sciatic 

Trifacial -. . 

Paralysis, Infantile 

Paralysis of Polio-myelitis 

Paralysis, Paraplegic. 

Aiithum _ 

NKRYOua System, Injuries of 

Intracranial Injury (Various)... 

Intraspinal Injury. . _ 

Hernia, Cerebral. . 

Paralysis, Traumatic; Arm 

Brachial Plexus 
Foot. _. 

U*g - -- 

Lacerated Wound: Brachial Plexus 

Incised Wound of Radial Nerve 

Respiratory Sybtbm, Diseases of — 
Sinus Trouble — 

Frontal Sinusitis 

Ivthmoiditis 

Snlienoiditis . 

Empyema of Maxillary Sinus 

Mu miliary Sinusitis. ... 
Larynx and Trachea — 

Abscess of Larynx 

foreign Bodies (Various) 

Oedema of Larynx 



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7 

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10 

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11 


2 

1 
4 

1 
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1 

104 
1 










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6 


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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, SURGICAL DIVISION— Continue tl 





Totals 


CUR£I> 


IMPROVED 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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2 

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i 

2 

13 


2 
1 

171 
1 
2 
1 
2 
5 
1 

2 
5:J 








2 




? 


Foreign Body (Not stated).-. .. 
















Kobe ujd Nasal Ca vim 

Deviation of Septum 


7 


1 


8 




7 


53 








Infection of Septum. . .... .. 








Perforation of Srpium . . 








1 












Spur of Septum 








1 

■-' 
1 








1 leer of Septum. 




















Hypertrophy of Turbinates 





1 


1 


1 


•J 


3 








Rhinitis 








I'l.KI'li 
























Pleurisy, Suppurative 

Pleurisy, Traumatic .. 


l 


1 


3 


1 


m 


s 

1 


I 


7 
1 

1 


5 


- 


13 


Rbbpebatort Ststi ■'■. Injuries of 

[ethmoidal Rupture 




















Skin, Haik ami Nails — 
Skin— 


3 
1 

2 
5 
2 
3 
1 








;* 


1 


■1 


















J 





1 










1 




1 


i 
i 

3 

1 


1 


1 

e 
1 
:t 

l 








Cicatrix 


1 
1 




1 

1 








Cornu Cutanea m 










Jm rmatil i 










I 


1 


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n 
K 
> 
so 

— 



a 
o 

13 
►h 

[ 

to 

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Medicamentosa 

Pustul&ta 

Toxic _ 

Venenata. . _ 

Eczema 

Erythema, Multiforme 

Erythema, Nodosum 

Epidermiphytosis 

Folliculitis . 

Graft of Skin ..._.. 

Herpes Simplex 

Ichthyosis 

Impetigo Contagiosa 

Keratosis .... 

Leukoplakia 

Leukoderma _. 

Lupus Erythematosus... 

I yensts KiiTigriides 

Pompholyx. 

Parasites — 

Animal: Pediculosis, Corporis.. 

Pediculosis, Pubis , 

Scabies 

Vegetable: Actinomycosis 

Blastomycosis 

Trichophytosis, Barbae .. 
Trichophytosis, Csi] 
Trichophytosis, Corporis. . 
Trichophytosis, Cruris 
Trichophytosis of Face. . 
Trichophytosis of Hand 
Pemphigus 

Pityriasis, Rosae . . 

Pruritus (Not of Amis) 

Psoriasis ... .. 

Pyodermia 

Seborrhoea 

Sy< •■ ■■ 



10 
3 
3 

01 
8 

11 
2 

19 
2 
3 
1 
2 

14 
8 



1 

1 

29 



1(1 



2 

8 



7 

1 

33 

1 

1 

2 
1 

1 
1 

1 

2 
2 
4 



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7 
3 
6 

11 
6 
8 
1 

12 
2 
3 
i 
1 

12 
3 


10 

1 

fi 
2 

1 

"i 

7 


17 
3 
7 

50 
g 
8 
l 

hi 
2 
4 
1 
1 

19 
3 


1 





l 


2 








3 










10 








1 
17 

2 
2 
1 
7 


1 
1 

" i 


2 

18 

2 
2 
1 
8 


1 
1 





1 


ftfl 










10 










11 








1 





I 


a 





1 


1 




2 1 








2 














I 




















1 




















2 








1 
1 
5 
1 


"i 


1 
1 

6 
2 








22 
S 


1 





I 





1 


1 


2 














2 










2 

1 


2 
2 








7 








1 


3 

1 


2 


S 

1 








? 








1 





1 


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6 

1 

1 
16 


"i 

1 
10 


6 

1 
1 

20 
1 

14 




1 




















1 




















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2 


3 

1 


16 
1 








i 














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4 




1 














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1 

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3 


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1 
9 
3 










1 1 








1 

1 


1 
2 

1 
1 


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a 

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i 








li 














1 














1 






















1 










1 
1 

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1 
4 


1 
1 
1 
9 

1 
9 

4 










1 






















1 








I 

7 














11 








2 

"fi 

1 


"i 


2 

1 
S 
I 








?, 














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5 
i 
























a 
o 
V 

O 
SO 

o 

O 

s 

1 

d 
w 
a 

t-t 

a 

2 

W 

O 



i- 
o 

w 



REPORT OP RECORD ROOM 


FOR 


VICAR 1933, 


SURGICAL D1VISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Stationary 


DlKD 


CLASSIFICATION HNS DlAONO 


■ 
1 


a 

U 

m 

2 

o 
u 


-a 

| 

o 




a 

H 

o 
3 

o 
o 


i 

o 


6 


■ 

s 

o 
u 


< 




■ 
g 


a 
u 

a 
- 
o 
u 


■a 

■4 
H 
O 
H 


i 

is 


a 
■ 

3 

o 

o 


< 
o 

H 


Skis. Disruscs tif ; i'.n) 
Pah vslTES — (i'ovi EM 

i hit, l lecubital : Back 


1 
1 
1 
2 


2 
2 

1 

4 
1 
1 

1 

7 
1 

7<J 

"i 

i 
i 
i 

:s 

1 
1 
1 


l"i 
225 














l 

l 




1 
1 








Buttock 




















[ lei i, Diabetic; Leg 








2 


J 

2 

1 
2 


1 
1 

3 






















l.ip 




















1 




] 


1 
















Multiinarv (Uund 






1 
1 


1 
1 








Toe 






















Ulcer, Ordinary; Arm 


1 

1 
1 
8 








1 




1 










Ankle 












I 








Elbow 








1 




1 










Face. . 








i 
5 


""§ 


1 

s 








Foot 










4 

1 

37 


7 

1 

1 

113 








Hand 














Ulcer, Ordinary; About Knee 


i 

1 Hi 
1 








1 
76 














Leg Not V;il i. 

Lip (Not Chancre) 


1 


1 


2 


1 


lit 


LOfl 

1 


— 


I 


al 


Multiple 










1 
1 
i 
I 
2 
1 
1 
1 


1 

1 
4 
1 

3 
1 
1 




Neck 


































3 


1 





1 






















Thigh 


1 








I 





1 


1 








Toe - - . 








Ulcer, Traumatic; Butto< k 
























l 























o 



a 

o 

> 

r 



Leg 

Toe 

Varicose I 'leer 

Urticaria 

Verruca 
Nails. Di» 

Ingrowing Toe-nail _ . 

Paronychia. 

T.UMOB0, BbBNIG 

Adenoma; Hypophyseal . 

Of jaw (Lower) 

Of Liver 

i if Pituitary Gland 

Of Prostate 

Of Thyroid 

Adeno-Fibrormi of M.aiiiniar\ Gland 

Adcno- Fibroma of Neck-- 

Adamantinoma of Jaw. 

Angioma; Of Abdomen _ 

Of Back 

Of Bar 

Of Mil and Eyelid. 

Of Pace 

Of Finger 

1 >l Foot 

Of Hand 

01 Knee 

Of Leg 

of Lip 

Of Mammary Gland 

Of Neck 

Of Nose 

Of Popliteal Space 

Of Scalp 

Of Shoulder 

Of Thoracic WalL,. 
Of Thumb 

Chondroma; Of Far 

Of Knee Joint 



103 
12 



9 
36 

45 



4 

I 
1 

2 
5 

22 
I 
1 
t 
I 
i 

5 
1 
9 
S 
■i 
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2 

19 

S 



i 
2 
1 
8 
24 
13 
I 



2 \ 










i 

10 
3 
2 

'"I 

1 


i 

78 

n 

2 

3 


2 
1 





1 


1 








El 
















22 








8 


3 

1 


1 
2 


15 

.") 
1 


1 




bl 


17 


1 


— 


1 


:; 










8 








: 
2 




11 











a 


2 








2 














1 




















2 


















2 


2 


2 














1 
2 

12 
13 


i 

i 
s 

(5 


2 

3 

20 

19 




12 
60 

58 

I 


' 


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1 


1 
7 


t 
2 1 
24 


1 

10 
6 
1 

4 


7 

34 

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1 

5 


1 


1 
2 


2 

2 


s 








1 


;; 


- 


3 

1 








1 














i 








1 


■- - 


1 








2 








2 
3 

it; 
l 

i 
2 


1 


2 

4 

16 

1 

1 
2 








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2 






2 
6 










22 








__ . 


1 














1 




















1 








2 
1 

I 
3 





2 
1 

1 
3 








1 














1 




















5 








2 

i 
6 

3 





2 
1 
6 
3 








i 














9 








3 

2 
2 
3 


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3 
2 

2 

3 

1 








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2 














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1 




















] 










1 
3 





1 
3 








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1 





1 


I 
1 


— 


i 








I 








1. 








1 




1 









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B 
O 
O 

s 

O 
O 

f 

d 
w 
o 



d 

1— t 

< 

I— I 

o 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


POR 


YEAR 1 933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


1 


a 
« 

s 

o 

u 


< 
© 


m 
1 

D 


a 
i 

H 

3 

o 



< 

s 


■ 
B 

3 


p 
a 
- 
o 
9 
o 
U 




■ 
g 

s 

* 


a 
u 

a 
a 

© 
U 


J 

g 


B 

9 


3 
U 
OS 

s 

o 


J 

< 


H 


ti uons, Benign (continued) 

i n' B 


a 
i 

i 
i 
i 
i 

3 
1 

7 
1 
1 
3 
I 
2 


1 

II 
1 

1 

1 

1 
I 
1 

6 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

"\ 


1 
2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

11 
2 
2 
<i 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 










8 


1 

2 
9 














Of Sacrum 








i 














t "in l\l i, 'if Amis ami Rectum 

I If IUiU- 










6 
1 


a 

i 




















i if Perineum 










I 


1 
1 
































Arm 


1 




1 
















Cystoma; ' if li.uk 

Brachial Region 

Of Brain 


i 
i 
i 

3 




1 

! 
1 
3 






































































ill | 








1 

2 


"i 
1 


i 

3 

1 








Of Bye and Eyelid 

Of Fiui' 








5 

1 

1 
2 
1 


1 
8 


8 
1 

3 
7 

1 




















(If ringer 














of Jaw | Lower) 
Of Leg.. 








1 


1 


2 




















Of Lip 


2 




























1 


1 

1 








Of Neck 


3 








2 


1 
1 


3 

1 


1 








Of Nose 














Of Omen l ii in 


1 
1 

1 












1 


1 










1 




1 


8 

1 


1 
l 


1 

1 
1 
1 










Of Parotid Gland 














Of Pcriutiim (MuJ 

Pharyngeal 


























1 


















n 

= 

2 

H 

a 
o 

in 

> 



to 

8 



< >l Spermatic Cord 

01 Sub-Maxillary Gland/, 

Supra-Sternal 

Of Thyroid 

Thyro- Glossal . 

I mbillc&l 

Of Uvula 

Enchondroma; Multiple 
Fibroma; (Not Cyii.; of Abdomen./ 
( it Amis.. .. ._ 
Of Arm 
Of Ear .I 

Of Eyelid 

Of Fact' 

Of Foot. 

Of Forearm 

Of Gum (Epulis)... 

Of Hand . 

Intestinal 

Of Jaw (Lower)_ 

Of Up 

Of Mammary Gland 

Of Neck 

Of Si alp 

Of Shoulder. . _ 

Sphenoidal 

Of Thigh.. 

Of Thoracic Wall 

Of Thumb.. 
Fibro-Myoma of Vocal Cord. _ 

C.angiioma of Carotid Body 

Ganglioma of Ankle 

Glioma of Brain 

Glioma of Eye.. „ . 

Granuloma of Eye and Eyelid __"' 

Oratmloraa, Various 

Lipoma; Of Abdominal Wall 
Of Arm 



is 

8 

1 



12 













1 


1 














I 










1 


I 


1 
1 








s 










2 
1 
1 

•2 
1 


2 
1 
1 

4 
j 




1 
















2 


--- 


1 


1 


■_ 








I 














1 




- 
















I 


1 


■ 


1 








I 










1 

1 
1 

1 
7 


1 

2 
i 

9 








:s 


- 






1 




1 


1 








1 








1 






















21 
1 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 

1 
2 


1(1 

1 
1 
1 


11 
1 

(i 
1 
1 










10 





2 


2 


1 


2 


2 
1 








2 








1 














1 








1 

1 

2 
1 
3 
3 
1 


1 
3 

l 


1 
1 

1 

s 
1 

6 

•1 
1 










2 


1 





1 














1 














6 




















1 




















6 




















7 








3 





3 








1 














1 










1 


1 








1 










l 
"i 

"2 

1 
1 
i> 

"31 

"a 


1 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
33 
1 
4 










1 








1 

I 
1 
2 














3 








1 


---- 


1 








1 














2 




















2 




















I 






















fi 








2 
1 

1 
2 
3 


1 

2 
5 


"3 
1 

10 


3 

3 

15 


1 


1 


2 


li 








4 














1 





I 


1 


1 





1 


7 


1 


1 


1 


2 




2 









W 

a 
o 
o 

SB 

a 

so 

o 
o 
B 

L 

c 
is 

c 

o 
> 
r 

o 

< 

H 

W 

o 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR 


YEAR 1938, SURGICAL DIVISION— 


Continued 








Totals 


Cured 


iMlMtOVKl) 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


M 


3 

5 
o 


i. 

s 


§ 
a 

5 


a 

w 
a 
o 

o 
U 


< 

5 
H 


1 

M 


a 
S 

M 

o 
J 

U 


< 

1 




o 
a 

as 
o 
j 
o 
U 


-J 

8 


1 


a 
■ 

3 

o 
O 


< 

S 


Ti HOBS, BBNIGN -(CONTIHUBD) 

Lipoma; Of Axilla 

Of Back 


2 

1 


1 

12 

12 

1 

2 
1 

1 

1 
1 

1 


6 

L3 

i 
i 

3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 

13 

2 
1 
2 
4 
l 

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] 
l 
2 








2 
1 


4 
B 

1 


6 
9 

1 




















-- 


t 


1 








i U Buttock 














Of IClbow... 














1 


1 








01 1 


2 
2 








i 


1 


3 










Of Foot 




1 


1 


















1 
1 

1 

1 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
i 




1 


1 






















i II 1 lurid 
















































1 
4 

I 
1 
2 








i 

3 














nl Neck 








l 


1 


1 
1 








Of Scalp 

Of Side 














i 





1 
















Of Shoulder 


1 
2 


9 
3 

2 


Id 
5 
2 


— 


3 


;j 








Of Thigli 




1 


1 








Of Thoracic W all 














Lymphadenoma; (if Axilla 

Of Neck 


2 
2 


- - 


1 


1 
















■J 


1 


2 
3 
















I 
i 
l 




1 

i 
i 








l.ymi'li' dema ol Penis 

Melanoma ; ba> ind 1, leg 1 

Myeloma; Liver 1, Vertebra I 




















'J 


1 


3 


1 
I 


1 


1 








2 


i 




1 
















II Eai Ami]!..! | ■ 

Of Larynx. , 




1 


1 

1 




















1 


l 





l 









n 

s 
> 
g 

H 
•< 

X 

o 

■o 

> 

r 

— 
i 



lypus) 
Rectum P 
Retro Peritoneal 
i ii Vocal Cord 
Mixed Tumor of Parotid Cdand 
Neuroma ; Various 

\t urn Fibroma (brain I, Abd wall2).. 
Osteoma; Of Jaw (Lower) 
OF Leg (Tibia 
Of Shoulder. . 

Sphenoidal 

Osteochondroma; Arm 1, Scapuki 2 
Papilloma; Of Bladder _ 

CM Bar ...... "_._" 

Ol Bye and Eyelid 

Of Face. 

i >! Kidney 

Of Leg 

Of Lip 

• if Mammary Gland 
Of Mouth.. 

Of Neck 

Of Pharynx . 

Of Scalp 

Of Thigh 

Of Tongue 

Of Tonsil 

OF Vocal Cord 
Retention Cyst; Ol Ann (Seb 

Of Buttock f " ). 
OF Ear ( " | 
01 KyeandLid ( " ). 
Of Face (Sebaceous). 
< if K.nee ( " ) 
Of Leg ( " )_. 
lammarv Gland. 
Of Neck (Sebaceous) . 
Of Parotid Gland . 
Of Perineum 



« 



11 



1 

1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 

III 
1 
I 
1 

! I 





?" 


21 

4 

2 
1 
j 

1 
1 


12 
2 
7 

a 


i 
2 

2 

s 
g 
1 
1 
] 


•t 
1 

1 


2 
2 

1 
1 


6 
3 

1 
2 








1 


1 
1 


1 

1 
1 








2 
2 

10 

11 

2 


1 




1 


1 










1 














1 


" 1 


1 


1 














1 


"2 
1 

4 
1 

1 

1 


1 

1 
2 
s 

... 


"i 
3 
3 

7 
1 
1 
1 
2 


1 

1 
2 
1 

1 


"2 
1 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 








6 








1 








4 














R 















2 











2 










1 


1 


1 
















3 








1 
1 

1 




1 

1 
1 








2 


- 


1 
1 


I 
1 


- 






2 


1 

2 
1 
2 


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1 

2 
1 

2 

i 
1 


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1 














3 


1 





1 








1 














1 








1 














1 








1 





1 








1 








1 


— 


1 








1 


1 





1 














2 


2 

1 

1 
16 


" "3 


2 
1 

t 

19 














1 




















2 








"1 


I 
1 


1 

7 








2(i 














1 


1 





1 








1 


1 
1 
7 


i 
1 


1 
1 
7 
1 
1 














1 














14 








7 





7 








1 














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1 









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M 

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g 

D 

SB 
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3 



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o 

s 

> 
r 



a 

v. 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, SURGICAL DIVISION— 


Continued 








Totals 


Coked 


IupnovED 


Statiosaet 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


B 

3 


a 
B 
as 
O 

o 

O 


J 

■< 

E- 

o 


1 


Q 

« 
O 

o 
O 


< 
o 


m 

H 

3 


a 
■ 
M 
o 
S 
o 
U 


< 
O 


H 

g 

B 


a 

1 

§ 

o 

o 
O 


i 



:- 


m 

H 

Q 


a 

as 

3 

o 
O 


H 


H 


Tumors. Benign — (contino 

Retention Cyst; III Scalp i Sebaceous). 
Of Scrotum 


13 

1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
51 
1 
3 


~~2 

2 

1 
1 

1 

2 

1 

1 
:; 

1 


13 
I 

4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
53 

4 

1 
1 

1 

3 

IS 

1 

2 
27 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1) 


1 
1 
1 





I 
1 
1 


li 





6 


6 





6 














Of Shoulder 


1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

36 


2 
"~2 


1 
38 


2 




2 








Sub-Lingual (Raiiula! 








Sub-Maxillary 




















Of Thigli 




















Of Thoracic Wall 




















Teratoma ; < >f Anus 




















Of Buttock. 




















Of Coccygeal Region 

Of Ear 


5 

1 





5 
1 


lit 





10 














Of Eye^ . 


3 





3 




1 


1 








i >f Lung . . . - . 










1 


1 


Of Neck 












1 

i 


1 
1 

1 

S 

1 

1 

11 












Of Testicle 


1 

1 

17 
1 
1 

24 
1 
2 








1 

1 

s 
i 














Malignant — ■ 
Carcinoma; Of Abdominal Wall 








s 


■2 


2 
8 








Of Antrum 

Of Arm 





] 


1 


1 




1 










1 
B 


1 


1 


1 


s 

1 
1 


•2 
I 




' >( Bladder. . 








H 


7 


01 Brain 








1 


t h Bronchus 














I 


1 


Of Butt< 














1 




2 
11 




















2 


?, 


Of Eai ........ 








1 




4 


7 




7 





o 

> 



s 

•0 



r 



of Eye and Eyelid 
Of Pace . 
O! Pool 

of Forearm 

Of Gall Bladder 

Of Genital Organs 

Of Groin.. 

Of Hand 
of Intestines 

Of Jaw 

Of Kidney._ 

Of Larynx. . , .. 

Of Leg 

Of Lip 

Of Liver 

I >\ Lung - 

Of Mammary Gland 

Of Mastoid Region 

Of Mediastinum 

Of Mesenteric Glands 

Metastatic. 

Of Mouth 

Multiple . . 

Of Naso-Pltarvnx 

Of Neck 

Carcinoma of: 

Oesophagus . 

Palate (hard 5, soft 4) 

Pancreas. 

Parotid Gland 

Penis . . 

Pharynx (Naso l)_. 
Prostate Gland— . 
nil i Melano 1 1 

Scal]i 
Scrol u m 
Spine. 

Stomach. . 
Sub-Maxillary Gland 



2tf 



3 



10 



2s 



7s 



23 



IT 
12 

7 

9 

s 
2 
5 

2 

I." 

26 
2 



211 
2 



1 I 



66 



3 
2 
7 
3 

3a 

13 



1 
20 



101 
2ft 


I 










8 




1 


1 1 
















13 


r> 




12 


1 




1 


5 










3 


2 




2 


2 






2 








2 








. 








1 
1 


■J 


;i 


2 














i 




1 


1 


3 








2 
2 

4 




2 

2 
1 








1 

I 

4 


3 


1 


3 














1 


1 1 








2 


1 


:\ 


7 


23 








1 


7 


11 


? 


1 


6 


a 


3 


6 


1 




















i 


I 
1 


1 


S 








2 




2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


2 








■J 
9 


1 


2 
1(1 


1". 


] 


ifl 


i 


1 




HI 








5 


3 










1 


1 










2 


2 


2 








1 




1 








i 




1 


1 11 




1 


1 


34 


38 


73 




L9 




id 


7 


17 


2 

1 


■- 


- 




i 
1 




1 


1 




i 








1 




1 


i 

i 

ii 








1 














1 
11 


4 


3 




2fi 








R 




8 


7 


2 




















1 


t 


2 


1 










1 


1 










L0 








8 




6 


i 


1 


8 


4 


I 


5 


13 








? 




a 


10 




10 




1 


1 


11 








4 


3 


7 




1 


1 


3 




:i 


9 








I 




1 



g 




s 








11 








3 


2 


;) 


4 










fl 


2 


1 




1 


1 




1 


1? 








1 
4 


1 


4 

1 

11 


2 
1 

7 


5 

3 

Sffl 


7 
4 

m 


1 


1 
4 


1 


fi 










48 








H 


39 








17 


6 


23 


7 


3 


in 


2 


4 


6 


a 








2 

1 


1 
8 


2 

1 

1 

16 

1 














i 










i 










10 








8 
1 


1 
1 


2 


1 


It 


,„ 


?1 


2 






1 





w 
w 

o 
O 

5 
W 

8 
I 

g 

> 
r 

D 

< 

o 

2 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 


FOR YEAR 1933, 


SURGICAL DIVISION- 


-Concluded 








ToTAl^ 


Cured 


Iuvkovkd 


Stationary 


1 in-, i> 


Classification and Diagnosis 


3 


a 
a 
a 

s 

Q 
U 


- 
< 

B 


5 


a 
u 

a 

3 

o 
U 


i 

h 

z 


1 

= 


a 
a 
s 
a 

J 
O 
U 


< 

o 
H 


B 


a 
a 
M 


J 


u 


< 
S 
H 


3 


a 
a 
- 


J 
5 
O 


a 
■< 

H 

O 

H 


Tumors, Malignant — (ciontini 

Carcinoma of: Throat . __ 




3 
2 

12 
1 

I 
1 

' I 

9 

1 

1 


3 

2 

36 

3 

3 
1 

3 

43 

32 

299 

3 

14 

2 

1 

134 

4 

22 

107 

I 
















3 
1 


3 

24 
2 








Thyroid Gland, . 

Tongue . . . . 


21 
2 
1 

1 
1 

1 

3 

I 

3 

43 

32 

293 

3 

14 

2 

1 

125 

3 

22 
106 

I 








8 


1 

3 


1 

11 


15 

1 


l 
l 


1 


1 
l 


Tonsi! _ _ . 








l 


Ureter. ._ 








1 





1 




Vertebra 








1 
1 




1 
1 




























Of Lymph Nodes .. 
















1 
1 


1 


Mediastinal 






















] 


Of Parotid ('.kind 








1 


"i 


1 
1 

1 
1 












Of Sub-MaxJuary Gland 




















Epithelioma of: Arm, 








1 

1 


2 




2 








Axilla . 














Back 








28 

18 

225 

3 

11 

1 


5 


3 

28 

18 

230 

3 

11 

1 








Ear 








15 
14 
67 


i 


15 

14 








Eye and Eyelid 














Face ... 








i 




1 












Hand. 








3 

1 

1 

33 

1 

5 

40 


"i 

l 


a 
i 
i 

34 

2 
5 








Jaw . . _ _ 














Leg 














Lip . . 








2 
17 
60 

1 


8 

1 


100 

2 

17 

61 

1 








Mouth 














ck 














Nose. ...... 














Palate (Haul' 















fc5 



O 



a 
o 

> 



ra 
Scalp 

Shoulder _.. 

Thoracic Wall 

Wrist 

Sarcoma ; Of Antrum 

01 Axilla ___ 

Of Bladder 

Of Buttock 

Of Clavicular Region 

or Bye 

1 >( femur 

i »i I 

"lr.il 111 ! Kttflil! 

Of Groin I Lympho-) 

01 Hip _ 

Of Intestines 

( >f Jaw (Lower i. - 

Of Kidney 

Of Knee 

Of Leg 

Of Lung 

Mediastinal : Lympl 
i if Mesentery 

Multiple. 

Of Neck (lym)i. 1 , rru-Iatn» 1 
Of Pelvis (Lympho 1). 

i )f Rectum . 

Retro -Periton eal _ 

Of Scapula . . 

Of Sciatic Nerve 

Of Shoulder 

Of Skull 
01 Stomach. 
uf Thigh.... 
Of Throat. 

Xanthoma of Eye. . 

Xanthomatosis of IJye. 



1 
2 
1 
3 



1 



si- 






' 




1 


3 
1 
1 




i 
i 








1 




















2 








1 
1 


" 


1 
1 








1 














1 








3 

1 





■i 

i 








1 
















1 








1 


... 


1 








1 
















1 


1 


2 








1 

1 
1 
2 


5 

1 


2 
1 

1 

2 
2 

:i 












1 




















a 








1 
2 


1 


i 

3 


1 


1 


1 


i; 








1 


2 








I 








1 




1 
1 


1 
1 








1 










I 








1 





1 










:•: 








3 




a 








? 








J 


"\ 


1 
■1 


1 
1 
1 


. . . 


1 


7 








1 


1 


2 


1 


1 










1 


2 








1 

5 


1 


2 

5 










V 








I 
l 
2 
2 

1 

1 


"i 

i 


1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
2 
1 


l 
1 


i 


j 


3 








2. 


2 
















" 




















? 












1 
2 




1 








1 


1 


1 
1 




" 








1 


1 














1 


■•' 












1 
1 
1 










1 


1 




















1 








1 














1 














1 




1 


1 










2 


I 
1 
2 

1 
2 










1 






















:. 


.'! 


— 


3 


1 






■'' 








1 


1 


■> 










1 






ll 




1 









3 

o 
o 

SO 

a 
» 
o 
o 

K 

L 
d 

r. 

H 

o 









REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 193:3 


, GYNECOLOGICAL DIVISION 










Totals 


Cubed 


IMPROVED 


Station 


\RY 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


m 

3 


a 
w 
tc 
o 
3 
o 
O 


< 
o 




a 

S 

M 

o 

J' 
o 



O 

H 


B 

s 


□ 

« 
O 

J 

o 
O 


-< 

s 




a 
a 

K 
O 
J 

o 
O 


J 

•< 

H 

o 
i-> 


I 


Q 

K 
« 

s 

O 




< 
o 


BUOSBB — 

Calculus of Bladder 


l 
94 

49 

3 

20 

7 

1 

4 

21 

246 

21 

1 

211 
3 

159 

1 

54 

5 

in 
33 
10 
lid 


83 

28 

5 
40 

s 

"ii 

34 

417 

11 

1 

110 

424 

12 

16 

"9 

2 
9 

12 

14 


1 

127 

77 

8 
r,ii 
15 
1 
15 
55 
662 
;j2 

2 

636 
15 

204 
1 

S3 

7 
■\r, 
74 








so 

40 

3 

16 
3 

i 
1 

17 

98 

14 

1 

11 

120 

2 

92 


"27 
23 

6 

20 

, r i 

29 
144 

6 

1 

52 

:;<)■> 

12 

27 


1 

107 
(33 

8 

36 
8 
1 
6 

4(i 
242 

20 
2 

96 
422 

14 














C jrstitis. Acute. 


4 
4 


1 


5 

4 


10 
5 


5 
5 


15 

10 








titis. Chronic „ . 








I.i., wiints, Tibes akd Ovaries — 

Abscess, Pelvic 








Abscess, Tubo-Ovarian ..... 


i 


1 


4 
1 


4 
3 


13 
3 


17 
6 




3 


3 


Cellulitis, Pelvic . 




Displacement of Ovary 
















3 
3 

lie. 
7 


6 
3 

271 
5 


9 
6 

417 
12 










i 




1 


"i 


2 
2 


? 


l'i'lvie Inflammatory Disease 


3 


























Salpingitis, Acute . 


2 

7 

1 

7 


12 


2 

19 

1 

7 


49 

S2 


57 

108 


100 
190 


i 


1 
2 


a 


Salpingitis, Chronic 


i 






Pelvic Floor — 


60 

1 
23 

4 
16 

8 



26 


1* 
5 

3 
6 

1 
5 


78 
1 

28 

5 
18 
14 

7 
31 


















2 





2 


29 

1 
4 

21 
4 

34 


I 

1 
6 

2 

9 


33 

2 
10 
30 

6 

43 








DlSORDE&S OF Mm.vstruation 
























1 





1 
















Menopause 















o 
a 
> 

S 

H 
«5 

O 

-a 



I RKTIIHA — 

Vu v trrroede__ 

Stricture of ' "rethra 

Urethritis, Acute (Incl Gonorrhoea)' 
Urethritis, Chronic. 

ana — - 

Cervical Stenosis . . 

Endocervicitis. _ 

Erosion of Cervix 

I 'isplaccment, Anterior 

Displacement, Posterior . _ . 

Prolapse, Complete 

Kiulometntis, Acute.. 

Endometritis, Chronic 

Fibrosis of Uterus 

— Hypertrophy of Cervix.. . . 

Laceration of Cervix; Old 

Metritis, Acute . 

Metritis, Chronic 

Subinvolution of Uterus... 
N A— 

Abscess .. .. . 

Atresia of Vagina 

Fistula, Recto-Vaginal 

Fistula, Vesico-Vaginal 

1 ocele 

Rectocele .. 

Stricture of Vagina .... 

I leer of Vagina.. 

Vaginitis, Acute (Inch Gonorrhoi 
Vaginitis, Chronic 
Vi I.VA— 

Abscess of Vulva (Inel. Bartholin) 

Adhesions of Labia. . . 

Chancroids (All) 

Bartholinitis.. . . 

Bl< jihantiasis of Labia 
Hypertrophy of Vulva 
Pruritus, Vulvae. 



1 

8 

■ ■ 

15 
385 

23 

167 

35 

:;t 
L36 

Hi 
2 
231 
6 
8 
11 

1 
1 
7 
5 

7li 

17 



21 
8 

34 



1 
is 



146 

B 

7 

94 

7 

16 
16 

11 
1 

58 
1 
2 
4 

2 

1 

9 

1 
23 

(i 

1 

1 
17 

4 

19 

1 
9 
12 
I 
6 



3 








1 
1 
4 
5 

14 
TV, 
31 
IS 
9c 
20 
27 

:;i 

2 
148 

5 
6 
6 

I 

5 
3 

49 
14 


\ 

"i 
s 

9S 

i 

51 

6 

12 

12 

7 

1 

27 

1 
1 

2 
1 
5 

3 


1 

6 
2 

16 

335 
39 
15 

1 HI 
26 
39 

107 
11 
3 

175 

6 

7 

10 

3 

1 
10 

3 
63 

17 














1 




















8 








2 
1 

1 

n; 

7 

1 I 
til 
11 

7 
2s 

7 

67 

I 

I 
S 


1 

1 
44 

U 
1 

2 

;i 
1 

3 
31 

i 


3 
1 

2 

157 

7 

15 

105 

12 

a 

31 

11 

:; 

PS 

1 

2 
5 








3 


■ ■ 




38 








IS 








■10 


1 





1 


30 














2(il 


10 
4 

"l2 

5 


1 


10 

i 

1 

12 

5 








12 








00 

151 
57 


■- - 


1 

1 


1 
1 


ti 








2S9 


16 
"I 





16 

"i 








7 








10 








15 








3 














2 








1 
2 
2 
23 
3 


1 
1 

7 
3 


1 



8 

:so 

6 








16 








li 














99 
23 


1 





4 




2 


a.i2 


] 





1 


1 








1 










1 
4 

1 

6 
1 

2 
7 
1 
1 


1 
6 

2 

Hi 
1 
2 

11 
1 

2 








as 








19 

7 

24 


13 
3 

13 


10 
37 


2 
1 

10 








12 














53 














1 














10 








1 

14 


7 
5 


8 
19 


4 








31) 














1 














<; 










5 


5 
4 


~ 2 








(i 








4 









g 

o 
o 

d 

o 

o 

f 

o 

< 

tu 


o 

I- 1 
o 
a 

M 

> 

r 

d 

l-H 

3 

■/. 

o 






Rlii'okT OP RECORD ROOM POR YICAk 




GYNECOLOl 


tCAL DIVISION— 


Conch Dm 






Totals 


Ctn 


[lIFSOVSD 


Stationary 


I llH) 


IN \\!> DlAONl 


= 

•5 


Q 
U 

as 

- 

U 


-■ 
< 
* 

; 


g 

— 

= 


3 
U 

at 

s 


U 


- 
< 

H 

o 
:- 




e 
j 





- 
3 


M 

1 


a 
B 

a 


-1 

< 


H 


1! 

M 

H 


2 

a 

a 
O 


Q 

H 


Ulcer of Vulva. 


2 

1 

"i 

i 


2 
1 

1 

2 

13 

1 

~~2 

1 

;,ii 

3 

33 

!> 

9 

3 

668 

3 


4 

1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

2 
1 

II 

1 

14 

1 

1 

2 

1 

00 

10 

33 

11 

31 

4 

753 

3 








2 
1 


1 

1 


3 

1 

1 




1 


1 








\ ulvitis, Acute .... 














Injuries of Fkkali Gbnitalb — 

Lacerau-il Wound of Urethra 




















Contusion ol 
















1 




I 


lacerated Wound of Vagina.. 














1 




1 




Contusion of Vulva 










2 


1 
2 

1 
1 

6 








Hematoma of Vulva.. 


l 

2 

1 

ii 
1 
1 

i 








I 
1 

1 

4 














Laceration of Labia Majora 








1 




1 








Laceration of Hvtnen. .. _ . 














Tumors, Benign — 

Adenoma (Various) 








5 
1 

1 


"3 


5 

1 
4 






















Condylomata of Genitals 










10 

1 

2 

] 
21 

3 
23 

7 

2 

145 

2 


10 
1 

1 
2 
1 

50 
1 

23 
7 

21 

I'.U 
2 








Cystoma of Broad Ligament. 
















Cystoma of Cervix Uteri 








1 














Cystoma, Intra-Ligamentary . 




















Lmetrinl. 


Ifl 

7 

2 

22 

1 

85 






















Cystoma .. 


7 

4 
1 

7 


1 

1 

IS 


B 
4 

i 

25 


1 

14 
"49 


7 
5 

"l 
3 

"ii 


24 

g 

2 
1 
1 

ISl 

1 


5 

3 
i 

1 

1 


"l 


1 
1 


1 

1 

1.1 


stoma of Vulva 
Granuloma of Externa] Genitals 
Granuloma ol Cervi* Uteri 


Pibro Mj noma ol Uterus [Polyp 
Pibroma of 1 li bj j 


1 


I 


2 


Fibroma of Uterus 


2 


24 


26 


Pibroma of Vagina and Vulva 



= 



: 

V, 

-r 
-: 

r 



Lipoma of Labia I 

Myoma ol Ovary 

Myoma of Uterus (Incl, Leiomyoma) . 
Papilloma of Female Genitals 

Retention Cyst of Ovary 

Teratoma of Ovary . 

Teratoma of Uteres 

TcraoBS, Malignant — 

Carciuoina of : Uterus (All)- 

Ovary 

Lavia 

Vagina 

Vulva 

Epithelioma of Vulva. . . . 

Sarcoma of Uterus 



I 



■2 

in 

.' 
i 



5 
2 

a 

2 



I 

8 
3 

II 



222 
2 











1 
1 
2 

ia 
i 
i 


~"i 
6 

■j 

l 

Mti 
2 


1 
3 
IS 
3 
III 
1 

2 18 

4 
2 
































3 




















24 








1 




6 








4 


1 


1 


1 
1 








15 

1 





a 


2 





a 


2 


15". 
7 


1 


2 


3 


105 

a 

2 


12(1 
2 


99 


219 

2 


7 

1 


u 


14 

1 


2 










ft 








3 


2 
2 


5 
2 





i 
i 


I 


6 
I 





1 


1 


2 

1 


"2 


2 

1 
2 


I 


4 








- _ , . 


1 


1 


1 




1 



» 

H 
O 
O 
W 

o 

33 
O 

o 

I 



f 
O 
O 



g 
O 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR YEAR 1933, OBSTETRICAL DIVISION 










Totals 


CUHED 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


a 
p 

s 


a 

H 
M 

3 

o 
O 


■< 

h 
O 

H 


a 


a 

a 

3 

p 



E- 
O 

H 


g 

a 


u 

a 

•3 

U 


i 

H 

© 


m 
g 

5 


i 







3 

H 
O 

H 


| 

a 


a 
B 

« 

A 

O 


< 

O 

H 


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2 


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7 








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Extra-Uterine 
















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33 

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Parturition, Abnormal: "M. 1„ A. 

M. D. A.... 

M. D. P 

Sc. L. A 

Sc. D. A 

Parturition: Deformed Pelvis 

Hand Presentation 

Knot Presentation 

Transverse l'iisentation__ 

Not Recorded— 

Eclampsia 

Retained Placenta- . 

Placenta. Previa 

Prolapse of C'<>rd_ . 

Puerperium; Normal 

Eclampsia 

Post-Partum Hemorrhage. 

Retained Placenta 

Ruptured Uterus 
Septicaemia (all from outside) 

Mm Bi.kn: Males . 

IVmales 

Still Born: Males 

Pe males 

PrtEMATVRtTV: Males born in Hospital. 

Males born outside 

Females horn in Hospit;iI 
Females born outside 

Not Bobn in Hospital — 

Children Detained with Mothers. . . 



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230 REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 

REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 
Summary of Obstetrical Cases 

AS PER HISTORIES FILED IX RECORD ROOM 
There were 3453 Histories of Maternity Cases Piled for the Year 1933. 

Whites __1 # 190 Primiparae .1,284 

Colored 2,263 Multiparae 2, 169 

Presentations Positions 

{ Left Occipito- Anterior 2,087 

Vertex Right Occipitoanterior 681 

Right Occipito- Posterior 182 

I Left Occipito- Posterior 97 

Breech _ 126 

Transverse 5 

11 

Foot .. 15 

Hand ... 1 

Shoulder 2 

Not Recorded Sundry Irregular Cases) 240 



3.453 
Manner of Delivery 

Naturally 3,014 

By Forceps (Some in connection with Podalic Version) 317 

By Podalic Version (Some with the aid of Forceps) __ 58 

By Caesarian Section (6 Deaths among Mothers, 48 Infants Living). 64 

There were 38 Cases of Twin Parturition, 
There was no Case of Triple Parturition. 

Mortality among Mothers 

There were 42 Deaths among Mothers, or only 1.21 per cent. 
Causes of Death noted as follows : 

From Shock (1 Deformed Pelvis, 2 Placenta Previa) 6 

From Eclampsia 6 

Prom Nephritis 3 

Prom Organic Heart Disease 6 

From Premature Labor 8 

From Pneumonia 1 

From Peritonitis 1 

From Pernicious Vomiting . 1 

From Toxaemia g 

From Typhoid Fever 1 

From Embolism Cerebral 1 

The Number of Children Born was 3,491. 

Males 1,818 Delivered Living __3,290 

Females 1,673 Still Born 201 

3.491 3,491 



TABLE SHOWING PERCENTAGE OF DEATHS FROM CERTAIN PRACTICALLY INCURABLE CAUSES AND 

CONDITIONS DURING THE YEAR 1933 



January 

February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December. 



MONTH 
1933 



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5 ° 



Total, 3,022 



212 
220 

246 
244 

2113 
2G7 
267 
258 
2t.s 
261 
248 



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20 

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22 

18 

35 

30 

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25 

25 

22 

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13 
11 
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16 

22 
28 

111 
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21 
10 
13 
211 
9 



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38 
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Disease 



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11 
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7 
8 
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22 

22 
20 
15 

12 
30 
12 
27 
21 
28 
25 



Practically 

Incurable 



Percent 



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77 
76 

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97 

7.s 

83 

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35 
35 

31 
31 
32 
36 
29 
32 
33 

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Apparent Gross Mortality, viz.:— 3,022 Deaths among 55,477 Casus, .., only 5. II per cent 

Net Mortality, after deducting LOOK Deaths from practically incurable causes, is but 3.6 per cent. 

Seventeen patients died oo the operating table, as follows: 

White: Two adult males; our adult female and three children. 

Colored Five adult males; three adult females and three children. 



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CONDENSED REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR THE YEAR 1933 

GENERAL RECAPITULATION OF CASES 





Total 


Cubed 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Medical Histories Filed 


15,132 

■J.",, ill 7 
5,693 
01,038 


240 

1,350 

IM 

6,632 


8,373 

IN. S3S 

3,401 

863 


1 . 726 
4,636 
2,1' 
1 ,279 


1 793 


Surgical Histories Filed 

Gynecological Histories Filed 

Obstetrical Histories Filed 


893 

76 

261 






Grand Totals 


66,477 


8.406 


31,47.7 


12,674 


3 022 







Infants Detained with Mothers. .8 



Still Born 201 



.24,361, 



Histories allowed to be removed for teaching and other legitimate purposes 

Besides which, hundreds of Histories were examined and copied in the record room. 

To Dr. Arthur VidrinL-, 

Superintendent, Charity Hospital, 
New Orleans. 

Dear Doctor Vidrine: 

All the foregoing Tabulations and accompanying statements arc herewith respectfully submitted, together 

with assurances of sincere appreciation for your unfailing courtesy and consideration on behalf of myself, and the 
working force of the Record Room, by 

Yours very truly, 

G. Farrar Patton, M. D., 
Registrar. 



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REPORT OF 

RECORD ROOM 
1934 

January 1st to June 30th 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FROM JANUARY 1, TO JUNE 30, 1934 

Tin following Tables show number of Histories actually Hied Bach History i-. tiled under it 
though death ma] have been due t<i a Complical bown by n< ■ Nephritis i> Peuun 

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Cured 


iMi'H'lY 


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Stationart 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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1 
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17 

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Endocarditis, Acute, [nfectiv< 
Endocarditis, Chronic, 1 1 
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Myocardial Dibeass 

Dilatation, Acute Cardiac.. 
Hypertrophy, Cardiac 

Myocarditis, Ai-ntc. 
Myocarditis, Chronic 
Neuroses: Angina Pectin i- 

Angina Pectori 

Arrythmia, Cardiac . 

Neurocirculatory Astheni 

Tachycardia . 

Valvular Disease, Chronic, Cardiac 

MtDIUM — 

Pericarditis, icute 
Pericarditis, Chronic 

Vii \-s 

Phlebitis Vein of l<eg_ . ..... 

Thrombosis of Ixg— . 
Thrombo-t'hlcbitis (Various' 
BTira System, Diseases ol — 

flVls AMI AlM'KMIIX — 

Appendicular Colic 

Appendicitis; Catarrhal, Acute 

Recurrent 
Suppurative 

Constipation, Acute 

Constipation, Habitual. . 

Colitis, Non-specific 

Colitis, Ulcerative 

Enteritis, Acute . _ 

Enteritis, Chronic 

Entero-Colitis (Adults) . 

Entero-Colitis (Children) 

Gastro-Enteritis (Adults 

Gastro-Enteritis (Children i 



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Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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Mouth — 

Stomatitis, Gangrenous .. 

Stomatitis, Metallic 

Stomatitis, Ulcerative 

I \l'l.\ XNIl 1'auate — 

Foreign Body in Palati wed 

Phabi nx — 

Pharyngitis, Acute 
Pharyngitis, Cb 
Neoplasm of Pharynx. 
Syphilis lit Pharynx 
Vincent 's Angina 

TiiM ■ 

Glossitis, Acute 

XoNSll 

Neoplasm of Tonsil. 
I onsillitis, Acute I All i 
Tonsillitis, Chrosii >crated)__ 
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Foreign Body in (Various) 

Neoplasm of Oesophagus- 

Stricture (Not Surg, ti 
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Hyperinsulinism 

Neoplasm of Pancreas . . 

Pancreatitis, Chronic 

Peritoneum — - 

Peritonitis, Genei i Cases) 

Neoplasm, Retro- Peritoneal _ 

Tuberculosis, Pi i itoneal 
Rectum — 

Neoplasm of Rectum . 

Proctitis, Aeti: 
Proctitis, Chronic. 



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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR SIX 


MONTHS. JAN ,11 XI-. 


1934 


MEDICAL DIVISION 








Totals 


Ci 1 


[mpbi 


Stationary 


I tier. 


Classification and Diagnosis 


B 

B 


a 
- 

a 

s 

O 

u 


< 

o 
h 


1 


a 

- 

a 

S 



u 


< 

O 


3 


a 
us 
M 
o 

: 
u 


< 




8 


a 

w 

- 

o 

u 


*3 

< 

o 
H 


a 

s 


a 

a 

o 

- 

U 


■< 
o 


<ti\e Srsi . mi\i [i 
Stomach 

Gastritis, Acute 


5 

9 
5 

I 

1 
70 
11 

1 
Hi 

4 
2 
6 
9 
5 
2 
7 
2 

1 

114 
18 

12 


13 

1 

1 

21 

1 

is 

4 
IS 

"~3 

it; 
l 
1 

"i 

I 

25 
19 
12 


18 
13 
fi 
49 
8 
S 
1 

!S,1 

IS 

64 

4 
2 

8 

25 

ti 

3 

7 
3 

4 
139 

37 
24 








4 

7 
2 
I 

5 
1 


6 
3 

i 

1 
2 


10 

1(1 

2 
7 
6 
3 


1 

2 

s 

17 

2 


7 

1 

1 

12 


8 
3 
4 

2'." 
2 








Gastritis, Chronic 














Gastroptosis 








1 


8 




Neoplasm, Gastric 








13 


chlorhydria 








Hypochlorhvdria 














ttypermotility _ _ 








1 

20 

3 


"1 
2 


1 

31 

5 








Nervous Dyspepsia 








44 

8 

1 

23 

4 
2 
3 

1 
2 
1 

1 

1 


10 

2 

Hi 

" i 

5 
1 


64 

10 

1 

33 

4 
2 

4 
9 
3 
1 
1 
2 








Sjjasm, Pyknic 




























I leer, Gastric (Not operated 








21 


5 


2(5 


2 


3 


S 


■"■HIM-; GLAHSS — 

Pituitary Gland; Hyperpituitarism 








Supra Renals (Addison's D!m 




















Thymus, Enlarged (Persistent) Thymus 
Thyroid Gland: Goitre (Various) 








8 
3 

1 


1 


li 


2 

18 

3 

2 
(i 
1 





2 


2 


Exophthalmos 






















-• 


■ 




Thyroidism 
Thyrotoxicosis 











TlVi; DISEASES 

Cenibro-Spinal Ft- vt-r ... 








1 
8 

I 


3 
1 
1 


1 

9 
1 
1 


Diphtheria 

(entery, Amoebic 

entery, Bacillai y 


12 


4 


16 


SI 
9 

id 


18 

15 
1 1 


2 1 
21 


13 

9 
1 


2 
3 

1 


15 
12 

a 



!■: 

0o 



O 

s 

K 
O 

> 

r 



"i 

d 
x 



GtaurMa ..i 

Hydrophobia 

lufWll -II,-. i 

Malarial Conditions: 



Aestivo Autumnal Pever. 

Malta I*r 

Including ('.< 1 man 

Mumps. 

Rheumatic Pever, Acute 

Rheumatic Pever, Sub-Acute 

Scarlet I 

SlirptiK.-in.-t-n> Sotv Throat . 
Tuberculosis, Acute, Disseminated 
Tularemia 
I j i hoid Pever. 
Typhus Fever 
1 'ndnlaiit Pever 
Vaccina 
Varicella. 

Whooping Cough 

KIDNKT8, Diseases of 

Congestion, Acute, Renal 

I Eematuria, Renal 

— Neoplasm, Renal 

Nephritis, Acute 

Nephritis, Chronic, Interstitial 

Nephritis, Chronic, Parenchymatous 

Nephrolithiasis I Medical 

Nephroptosis 'N<-t Surg, treated) 

Pyelitis. 

Tuberculosis. Renal 

1 raemia I :■■ 
1.1 aPHATic Si rtkm, Disease oi 

-irHodgkins' I 
■'lisi 1 -. Conditions 

Admitted for I observation 

Avitaminosis.. 



1 
39 

15 
106 

si 

I 

I 2 I 

1 

23 

3 

32 

2'..' 
2 
9 

66 
2 
1 
I 

21 



1 
3 
1 

1:: 
12 

.".(■, 
u 

62 
2 
6 



■.Ml 
2 



1\ 


\ 

200 

17 

122 

m:! 

2 

2113 

21 

HI 

1 

to 

37 

7 

11 

si; 

2 

I 
1 

41 
20 

1 

a 

2 

se 

s,-, 

1 

68 

15 

103 

2 

7 

12 

43 
3 






\ 


\ 


\ 


1 
































3 
"3 


""3 
1 

1 


1 

B 

a 

1 


111 

2 








:.\ 

10 
53 

52 

1 
72 

1 
22 

3 
It- 
is 


07 

1 
7 

It 
1 

16 

to 

it; 

s 

6 


170 
11 

lit! 

2 

118 
1 I 
38 
3 
21 
24 


9 

15 
47 
24 


8 

" u 

7 


17 

5 
56 
81 


n; 
22 

1 


3 

5 





3 
5 


92 
20 


IS 


39 

8 


84 
8 


6 

1 


4 
2 
1 


10 
2 


1 


3 


! 


17 










13 

8 


a 

1 


9 








s 
5 


1 
3 





1 
3 


2 
2 


1 
6 


2 
1 

7 


2 








1 


2 
9 


11 
1 








20 


1 




1 


6 


2 


7 


12 


a 


21 




1 





1 
















I 

9 
1 


12 
6 


1 
21 
10 








20 


9 

2 


8 
2 


17 
4 


3 

1 


i 


2 








13 


1 


1 


•1 
1 










1 




1 


2 
1 

7 


7 

6 


2 

1 

10 

12 










12 


1 

2 
22 


1 
5 

34 

1 
1 


•■:{ 








37 
2:1 


1 1 
16 


51 
39 


















12 








11 

IS 

1 


:'» 

1 

:;:; 


31 

12 

si 

1 


30 

.; 

14 

1 


5 


3 

1!) 













II 




2 


2 







1 










6 




7 

1 


14 








3 


2 


:, 


2 

29 

1 


4 
14 


6 

43 
1 










1 


1 


2 









50 

w 
O 

r 

O 

K 

K 

M 

a 

o 

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t- 

a 





X 



REPORT OP RECORD ROOM FOR SIX MONTHS, JAN.-JUNE, 1934 MEDICAL DIVISION CoKTOTOffl 





■ ILS 


Cubed 


Improved 


S'l VIIOVAKY 


DlKD 


Classification am. Diagnosis 


u 

DC 


a 

a 

2 
C 
J 

o 


C 


s 


Q 

a 

=: 
g 

5 



1 


3 


a 

a 



c 
u 




g 

X 


Q 

a 





h3 

< 


R 
B 

> 


u 




■« 



CoNTHTIONH — (contim 1:11: 
Beri-Beri 


2 
2 

l 
16 

1 
'6 

2 

is 

Z 

1 
1 
1 

1 1 
35 


48 

22 

2 

11 

3 

2<i 
6 

5 
1 

4 
20 
2 
C> 
2 

"3 
3 
6 
1 

2 

:i 


1 

2 
2 

111 

1 
38 

3 
17 

5 
14 

8 

<J 
2 

18 
55 
2 
9 
9 
•J 
5 
S 

g 
6 
5 
2 
3 








2 

I 

69 

1 

1L 


17 


2 
1 

101 

1 
28 














1 tiabetes. Insipidus 








1 

18 


1 


1 
22 








Diabetes, Mdlitus 


B 


9 


1." 


Ephemeral Fever 








Essentia] Hypertension 








I 


3 


7 


1 


a 




Fever of Undertermined origin 


1 


2 


3 


•Is. ... 








8 


i] 


17 








Hemophilia 








2 
15 

1 
1 
2 


1 
IS 

4 


3 

30 

5 

1 
2 




2 

8 


2 


Malnutrition of I Infant 








2 

I 


3 


5 
1 


I 


lltat Exhaustion 


- - 


2 


2 


Heat Prostration. 








Malingering ....... . . 








2 


5 


7 
















J 


i 


2 


Migraine 








11 
3 


1 
2 


12 

S 


3 

32 


3 

18 
2 

6 

2 


6 
SO 
2 
9 
S 


Not Definitely III 














Pseudocyesia (False Pregnancy). 














< Ibesity 


3 

7 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 
3 
2 














3 
3 








Purpura 








3 

2 
1 
1 


"2 


•1 
1 
3 


1 





1 


Rheumatism, Muscular 








Rickets .. , 








"i 

3 

a 


3 
6 
2 


3 
2 


1 
5 


1 





1 


Salvarsan Reaction 








Llitj 














Serum Reaction (Not ,Salvars:iii i 


1 





1 


2 


1 


3 








Spinal Puncture 








■ m. 








2 




2 








Suffocation 










3 





s 



O 

K 
> 

M 

SB 
O 

W 

H 

> 

r 

a 



UutaHWn i.Muvnh 
Utldetermmetl 

■ u, Diseases ol 
Brain 

\i terial Scl« i oral 

Cerebral Softening 

bral Anglo spasm 
Congestion, Cerebral 
Embolism, Cerebral 
Encephalitis, Lethai gica 
Encephalitis, Simple 
Encephalopathy 
Bnda Cerebral 

i [emlplegia, < >!il 
Kemorrl bral 

Paralysis, HetnipUgic, Recent 
Paralysis, Infantile . . . 
Meningitis, Cerebral (Except T B.) 
Meningitis, Cerebral, TuU-roukir 
Mi Suppurative 

— Neoplasm, Cerebral.. _ 
Thrombosis Cerebral 
Infantile Convulsions. _ 

Choree - 

Epilepsy ( Medical > 

Epilepsy, Jacksoaian . 
l r i-\. tk.nm, Braim and Nbrvb Disorders 

Status', Epilepticus. . . . 

Paralysis, Agitans. _ 

Paresis. 

Tetany. . 

Anglo-neurotic Oedema . 

Hysteria 

Globus Hystericus 

Neurasthenia. 

Dirkasks or Cranial ind Spinal N 

Neuralgia: Intercostal . 

Sciatic. 
Trifaci I 



m 


191 \m 
138 


i 


8 


12 


i 


1 


i 


. 


S 


a 




1 


l 


t 




4 


s 


1 


3 


II 


!l 


28 




1 


1 


1 




] 


s 


1 


8 


5f 




124 


6 


1 





1 




1 


e 


7 


ID 


■■i 


2 


6 


2 


] 


3 


6 


g 


ID 





13 


22 


1 


1 


2 


-I 


! 




83 


27 


!ii) 


S 


1 


6 


3 


2 


r> 


5 


2 


7 


2 


13 


15 


I 


1 


2 


3 


4 


7 




IS 


57 


1 




1 


257 


llll) 


357 


5 


3 


8 


27 


8 


33 


3 


a 


6 



I 

3 
I 

2 
315 



2 

tfl 

I 

1 52 

S 
13 

1 



:: 

28 

] 



l 

HI 
I 

1 

1 
4 

1 
2 

II 

12 



I.-. 
I 
l 
I 

33 



2 

8 
2 

2 

I:'. 

2 

I 

5 
S 

1 

t 

30 

1 

194 



3 8 

IS 

ll 2 



225 IS 



2 

28 

I 



1 

1 

20 



1D5 



.-is 



J 

13 



1 



I 
:i 

27 



taa 



1 1 
•i 



12 



37 



79 



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S 
3 
2 
S 



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O 

c 

D 

C 

K 

K 
n 

a 

> 
r 

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O 



KKl'ORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR SIX MONTHS, JAN.-JUNK, l<i;;i MEDICAL, DIVISION-Cohtinumj 



Classification and Diagnosis 



NERVuI ^ SrSTKM ii'MNllM-ED) 

C J! * \ U L and Spin a l N kkv es (com n N 
Neuritis, LocaL 
Ni'tniiis. Multiple 
Paralysis of Facial Nerve 
of Othei Nerves (Arm 1, firl. i 

.'ittmia. 

Zoster . 

Spinal Coijd and MBNiwoBa — 

Ataxia, Locomotor. 

Dystrophy, Muscular . 

Friedrich's Ataxia 

Meningitis, Spinal. - 

Myelitis _. 

i, Spinal... 

Paraplegia, Spastic 

Polio-Myelitis, Chronic Anterior 

Sclerosis, Amyotrophic, Lateral 

ni Cerebro-SpinaL 
SclerosJs, Lateral 

PARASITIC DISEASES — 

Intestinal ; Ascaris Lumbrici idi i 
Taenia Sugiiiiiiit 

ngyloides, I hi 
Trichocephahis 1 lispai 
Uncinariasis (Necator) 



Totals 



s 



CdtED 


i 




a 








B 






B 


m 


j 


a 




3 

o 
O 


< 


P 
5 

Es 



9 
1 
■1 
2 
1 

6 

8 

1 
1 

I 
I 
I 

1 

3 
3 
2 

13 

2 

a 

24 



a 

7 
2 



8 
2 
1 
1 

8 
2 

1 
1 

3 
2 

21 

a 

3 

i 
■j,-, 



Improved 



■ 

a 

3 

Q 





s 

2 
2 

19 



« 

o 
H 



IS 

2 

:: 

I 

19 



Stationary 






a 
1 

c 





h 

9 

H 



l'lEli 



3 
B 
a 
9 
3 

3 
■J 



< 
Q 



n 

> 
»— i 

H 
"! 

H 

o 

35 

H 

> 

r 



V, 

d 



MM'.K \NVl IH 

McoTnoYn iUc Oedema Cerebiat 

Gastritis, Toxic Alcoholic 
Alcoholic Delirium 

Alcoholism, Acute. 

Alcoholism, Chronic 

Wiiud UcdIiii! ['oi ii 

Ammonium; Hydroxide.. 
Animal; Ptomaines; Milk Products 

I 'clcrmined 
Ingestion of Semi-toxic Liquids, etc 
Corrosives; Hydrochloric Add 
(fixed Alkalies; Caustic Potash (Lye 
] lalogcns; Iodine 
\1 in.i il I'uivitis; 



Synthetic; 



Antimonjal. 
Arsenical, Acute 
id, Chronic 

Mercurial, Acute 

Mercuroclirome 

Phosphorus. . 
Permanganate Pota 

Acctatiilid 

Amytal , 

Carbolic Acid.. 

Carbon Monoxide 

Coal Oil and ( 

Lysol 
Turpentine 

Veronal . 

Vegetable — 

Acid ; Oxalic Acid . 

Allcaloidal; Atrophinc 

Opium find I 'eiivali 

Strychnine 

Pellagra (?) 

Resfik.viviky System, 1 
Bronchi ind Trachea — 
Asthma. 
Bronchiectasis 



1 ,1 



1 

75 
36 



26 

i 
10 

2 
10 



I 
1 

2 

1 

;; 

o 

I 



19 
HI 



19 



23 



«s 38 Hi'-. 
.1 L 



1 
6 

...i 
26 



S 

B 
11 
1 
8 
35 
1 

IT 

2 

12 

1 

I 

6 
1 
2 
1 

3 

i i 

1.1 

I 

I 

I 

I 

22 

3 

1L> 



37 

n 



4 
3 

5 
1 

I 
17 



ii 
3 
L6 



1 1 



1 i 



1 
l:; 



47 24 71 
2ti 4 33 



;.l 
11 
1 
1 
t 
I 

6 
1 

i-. 
23 



in 
2 
8 
1 



7 

3 

29 



I 
36 
15 



13 



20 14 34 
22 2 24 



I 

111 
1.1 



2 
II 

I 
7 



I 
15 



]-2 



1 



W 
M 

n 
o 

x 


O 

o 
S 

w 

M 

o 

- 



o 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOB 


SIX 


MONTHS, JAN.-JUNB, 


193-1 


MEDICAL DIVISION 






TOTALS 


Cored 


Improved 


■ ARY 


I>1E[> 


Classification and Diagnosis 


s 


S 
o 
O 


4 

1 


s 


a 
1 
H 


o 

u 


o 


s 


a 

U 

M 


3 

9 

O 


-« 

H 

O 

i- 


g 

s 


a 

u 

M 
O 
•J 

5 

U 


1 


li 
E* 


a 

H 

a 
9 




i 

o 
H 


RBBFIBATOBY BTTBI DM 

Bronchi and 1 i 
Bronchiti 


121 
54 

6 

17 
1 

1 
S 


89 

li 

2 
« 

1 

I 

7 
2 
2 

1 

2 

4 

12S 

76 

ti 
216 


21(1 
7 

2H 
1 
1 
1 

S 
4 

1 

1 1 

2 

5 
1 

.'. 

11 

215 

170 

I 


9 


1 


4 


06 
16 

2 

8 
1 


9 


L64 
W 

2 

1 


22 
B 
:i 




IX 

1 

I 

1 


10 

9 

•I 

7 


• 


2 
1 
1 


2 
1 


""Neoplasm .. 








1 


Larynx — 

LurviiKilis, Acute 


8 


- 


;i 




Foreign Body 1 Bone) 




Laryngeal Spasm 










1 


1 
















2 


~~2 
2 


1 

2 
2 
t 

6 


















i 


2 
1 


3 
2 

2 








Syphilis of Larynx 














Tuberculosis, Laryngeal 


I 

7 

1 
-1 
1 
3 

111 

tie 

94 

1 
1 

2 1 'J 


1 




i 


I 








l.i \<;— 

■ i 
i i, 1'rilmonarv- 
Congestion, Pulsion. (Heart 1, Liver li 


i 

i 


1 

2 
2 


2 










1 





1 


3 
l 

l 

5 
6 
l 
l 
116 


1 

3 
5 

2 

1 


4 
1 

10 

s 
1 

2 
211 


















Infarction, Pulmonary 








3 

(i 
68 

on 


1 
07 
40 


3 

7 
12:, 
His 


3 

:.2 
IN 

17 


2 

:*2 


2 


\Y' ! monai v ..... 

Pneumonia, Broncho 

Pneumonia, Lob u 

Tubi \ruii-, Pneumonic 

Tuberculosis, Acute, Miliar] 

Tuberculosis, Chronic, Pulmonary 


1 
2 


2 
2 


3 
1 


3 

107 

50 



o 

X 

5> 
w 

1-4 

H 
-3 

S 

o 

-3 
> 

r 

■—i 

> 

2 



c 
m 

s 



N&bq-Phabtnx— 

Naso-pharvnuitis, Aeuu- 

NtJ*l an i OBI SlNCBEB — 

Hpistaxis (Not surgically treated) 

Rhinitis, Acute ... . . 

Rhinitis, Chronic 
Pleurae — 

Foreign Body (Pleural Cavity, rubber tubing) 

Neoplasm ,_. . .. 

Pleurisy, Diaphragmatic.-. 

I'lriiiisy, Acute, Fibrinous. _ .. 

Pleurisy, Chronic, Fibrinous 

Pleurisy, Si- ro- Fibrinous 

Pucumo-thorax . 

Pneumo, Pyo-thorai I" 

Spleen, Diseases of — ■ 

Neoplasm of Spleen 

Mind, Disi 

Amnesic Condition.. 

1 ii-un nti:i, Simple 

Dementia, Precox ... 

Idiocy 

Melancholia 

Moron _ _ 

Narcolepsy 

Paranoia 

Psychosis: Alenhnlic 

Confusions! 

I lepressive 

Epileptic. 

Manic- Depressii e 

Morphine. . . 

Senile - .... 

Traumatism 

Toxic .. 

Hallucinosis . . . 
Mental Inferiority 

Mental Stupor. ..... 



II 



14 

a 

M 

1 
i 



i 

26 

LM 
1 
4 



2 

1 
2 
2 

12 



13 
2 



20 
2J 



(i 

22 

3 



16 








8 

■i 
i 


•1 

3 
f 
1 


10 

11 
13 

2 


1 

2 

i 

l 


5 

I 
8 
1 

i 
i 

6 

" i 


6 

3 
9 

1 

1 
1 

1 

8 
1 
3 








\t 


1 




1 








22 








6 








1 














1 




















H 








1 

11 
l 
9 


2 
14 

20 


7 
24 

1 
29 


3 

I 
2 








34 








1 


1 


2 


2 








32 














1 








I 
1 

1 




1 
1 

1 


1 




















1 




















1 


■- 






l 

7 
6 


l 
5 


I 

8 
11 








:;;> 


IE 
1 

l 


I 

in 
3 

i 
l 

2 

1 
2 

1 


22 
31 
4 
4 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
9 
1 
6 

:■; 
1 
1 

1 


1 


1 
1 


2 
1 


13 








4 








1 
















1 




















2 














2 
1 

2 








1 




















2 




















3 








1 
5 




1 
5 








14 














1 














ii 








l 


1 


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... 








.'! 














1 




















2 








1 
3 


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1 


1 
4 

1 






















1 








19 










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SIX 


MONTHS, JAN. -Jl 


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Typhlitis 
[ntestinal Obstruction 



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By Bands 
Pecalith 
Intussusception. 

Paralysis 

Parasites 

Tumor 

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Duodenal Ulcer 

Entero-colilis. 

Enteroptosis.. __^ 

Mi s i:\tkky — 

Thrombosis, Mesenteric 

PliltlTO.N'KUM — 

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Peritonitis, Pelvic "" 

Tuberculosis, Peritoneal (Surg, 

I,tvKii asti Cam, Iti.ADiii 

Liver; A I II operated cast 

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Hepatitis 

Cull madder; Obstructiun ul bu< 

Cholecystitis.. 

Cholecystitis, Suppurative 

Cholelithiasis 

Choledocholil 

Jaundice Obstruction.. 



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MONTHS, 1 \\ li 


1934, 


SI RCICAL DIVISION 






Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Station* rt 


Died 


CLASSIFICATION AND DIAGNOSIS 


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Abscess about Rectum 

Fissure of Anus 

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Fistula in Ann; Incomplete 

Hemorrhoids- . „ 

Impacted Feces . 

Prolapse of Rectum _~~" 

Proctitis, Acute " 

Pruritis Ani 

Stricture of Rectum 

Ulcer of Rectum _ 

Stomach — 

Foreign Body in [Various) 

Gastritis, Acute 

Stenosis, Pyloric 

Ulcer of Stomach (Surg. Cases)*.."! 
Vi:kmii ohm Append 

Appendicitis; Acute, Catarrhal 

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DlOMTIVE STSTfiH, Injuries of — 

Intestines; Rupture, Traumatic 

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Abscess of Auricle . 

Amimntv Canal— 

Foreign body in (piece of garlic 1, pea 1 ) 

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Otitis Externa 



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Bustachi&n Salpingitis 

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ID — 

Abscess, Peri-mastoid 
Mastoiditis, 
Mastoiditis, Chroni< 
Middud Bab 

Meniere's 8) ndrome 
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Suppurative, Chronic 
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Icture of Urethra . 
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6 
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71 

3 
6 
3 

6 














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50 


81 

7 


131 

7 


5 

1 


4 
7 
5 

2 


7 
9 


23 








15 








In 


2 
4 


3 

1 




1 
2 


21 








1 








1 










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1 




3 
1 


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1 





1 


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1 








1 










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1 

1 
1 


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1 
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REPORT Of RECORD ROOM FOR SIX 


MONTHS, JAN -Jl 




SURGICAL 1'ivi 






Totals 


Cured 


IUPROTBD 


Station 


1ST 


DntD 


Classification and Diagnosis 


g 

a 


Q 

U 

5 
3 



o 


■< 


1 


a 

1 

o 
j 
5 
U 


A 

•< 

H 
O 

H 


B 


s 
H 

X 

2 

a 
U 


5 


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s 

o 

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Q 

a 

S 

3 


< 

5 
H 


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I 


1 
.". 

2 

i. 
1 

6 
1 

1 
1 
12 
5 
2 


1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

22 
4 
3 
l 

30 
l 
1 

26 
2 
3 
I 
2 

25 
2 
2 

22 

12 
8 








l 


i 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 














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tck 


f 
1 
1 
1 
1 
17 
2 
3 
1 
7 

1 

20 

1 

3 
I 
2 
17 
1 
1 
10 
7 
6 








i 
i 
i 














< if Eyelid 




















Hand,. . 




















Scalp 








1 












Of Thigh 








i 
.-, 

2 

1 
5 


i 
i 


1 
6 

2 

3 

1 

13 

I 








Injuries, Multiple; Hv Motor Cai 








...' 


i 


• 1 
1 


ii 


l 


ia 


: 








i 










Hv Street Car 




















■< AliiiuiiiL a 










G 


7 








About Ankle 














rtn 










I 


2 


1 

r 
















1 

2 
1 


1 

i 


in 

2 

1 








i >l Body 














Of Buttock 








1 




i 








Of H:ir 








About Elbow .... 








2 

8 


"2 


2 
10 








of Face 








9 
1 
1 

i 

! 


l 
t 

a 

2 


2 
1.1 

8 








i it' i 














1 il Hand 


2 


i 


"*3 














About Hip 


2 

3 
2 


2 

a 


6 
2 
















of [.eg 


















n 

= 

g 

H 

-! 

35 
O 

2 

: 

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d 



(MUp 

MultipV 

01 Pelvic \<> r - 

of Scalp 

About Shoulder 



Contusions; Of Spine 

Of Thigh 

Of Thorax . 

I n Thumb 

Crush Injury; Finger 

Leg-- - 

Pelvis 

■k __ 

Thorax. _. 
Ilmiatomaof; Abdominal Wall— 

Brain 

Face 

Leg.. 

Mammary Gland. 

Scalp 

Testicle. ... 

GrjNsnoT Wounds, as Follows — 

Of Abdomen, Penetrating 

OJ Abdomen, Superficial 

Of Arm 

of ls.uk... _ 

Of Buttock. 

Of Elbow 



Of Face. ... _ _ 

Of Foot 

Of Forearm. 

Of Hand __ 

01 Head, Penetrating. ... 

01 Head, Superficial 

Of Hip . .. 

Of Jaw. _ 



,', 



iS 



hi 



:V 


4 \i 


9 




2 


i 


4 


1 1 


32 


2 




■> 


3 


2 


2 


S 


10 


I 


25 


1 


1 


I 


1 


I 


1 


1 


1 




3 


■-* 


3 




1 


1 


1 




1 




1 




1 




6 


-- 


2 


13 


17 


2 


2 


7 


9 


6 


8 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


6 


u 


•J 


2 


4 


6 


7 


2 


■i 


2 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 



12 



8 

10 



2 
ft 

2 

10 

1 

2 
2 
2 




2 

i 

2 

22 
2 
3 
2 
6 

16 
1 
1 






I 

2 



2 

7 
l 
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10 
3 



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o 






REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR 


SIX 


MONTHS, JAN.-JDNE, 


1934, 


SURGICAL DIVISION 


1 OM | 




Totals 


Cored 


Improved 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


B 

1 


a 

1 

o 

j 



o 


o 


■ 
g 

s 


ft 
H 

3 
Q 
O 

u 


o 


■ 

8 


a 
m 

« 

a 
3 
o 
O 


3 


8 


ft 
9 
3 

3 

o 

o 


| 

o 


1 

2 


a 
u 

a 

3 

o 


< 

o 
1-1 


1 n/ubieb '< ontintjed) 
Gunshot Wounds (conttni 
01 Leg 


5 


i 

1 

•1 
1 

! 1 
11 
4 

1 

2 
1 

1 

5 

7 

4 
ft 

i 


9 

1 
5 
8 
1 
21 
13 

1 

1 
2 
1 
1 

I 

7 
7 
1 
1 

8 
1 

1 








4 


4 
1 
1 

12 

ii 
4 

1 

1 

2 
1 


8 
1 

2 

6 
1 
16 
7 
5 
1 

1 
2 
1 


1 




1 








Of Mammary Gland 










Multiple 


1 
4 
1 

7 
2 

I 








1 

■1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


~~2 


2 


2 
2 





1 


1 


of Should* i 








Of Spine 














■ ugh 








3 


2 
2 


5 
2 








Thorax, Penetrating 








1 


3 


4 


Or Thorax, Superficial . 








If Wrist 




















l\. i skd Wounds, as Follows: — 
Of Arm 
























01 Neck (No! Thro 
























["high 
( li Throftl 


1 
2 

2 

1 
1 




























1 




1 


= > ami (.NFBCTBD V or v, 

Of lO'M'.ll [11 








S 
5 
1 

4 
4 


1 


5 
1 

4 
5 








Stah. ri ecxd Wounds — 

Of Alirlnnii ii. I'liiilnr i 








' 








1 


-- 


I 


( >f Abdomen, Superficial 




1 


1 




1 


1 


\iin 








t if Back, Penctratin 






















ii rficiaJ 








1 


1 
1 


2 


1 








lodj 














Of Buttock. - 










1 


1 








Of Fa< i 





















IC 



o 
w 

I— I 

-: 
< 

a 
o 
■j-. 

t 

M 

H 

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f 






■ 

arm 
Multiple. 
i H Neck 
Vbout Should 
Of Thigh 
( >f Thorax, I' 

< >f Thorax, Superficial 

nob. 
Stab \m> [n»«ctmj Wound — 
Of Arm 
01 P< ireai m 
. hbb Woi allows 

Of Abdominal Wall 

About Ankle.. 
Of Arm 

Uilla. 

Back 

< i| Buttock 

About Blbon 
i if Pace 
' if Ping* i 

Of Foot 

(if Poreai m 
(if Hand.,. . 

Alindl Hi|, 

Aboul Knee 

Of I.« , 

Of Liu 

Multiple 
Of Neck. 

of Nose 

■ if Popliteal Space.. 

(if Scalp 

About Should 

• if Thigh 

Of Thoracic Wall.. 



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36 



2 

2 
5 
3 
4 
2 
1 
si 
I 
2 









M 


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1 


5 


v 


11 


111 


11 


1 




1 




1 




2 


2 


1 


2 


a 


6 




2 


i 


I 




1 


i 


1 


2 


t; 


i 


i 


22 


68 


1 


l 


3 


5 


2 


4 


2 


8 


1 


1 


■J 


4 


(1 


8 


1 


9 


3 


6 


;•; 


7 


1 


3 




1 


til 


124 


1 


2 




2 


'1 


4 



20 

i 
l 



2 

2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
S3 
1 
2 



16 
i 

2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
6 
4 
3 



2li 
1 



2 
2 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
5 

35 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 

8 

8 

5 
5 

2 
1 

79 
-' 
2 
4 



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28 



13 



1 
1 

23 

2 

1 

5 



1 
1 
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o 

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o 



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M 

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KiifUKl ur K1*.LS>KII l((ll)M 1'UR 


SIX 


Mu> 


J I ll> 


.. JA 


\ J I 


NB 


l!KU, 


SI I 


IGIC 


AL DIVISION 






Totals 


Cork n 


Improved 


1 riONABY 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


I 


i 
■ 

o 
3 

o 
U 


< 


g 

1 


a 
u 

e 
o 

3 

o 



* 
% 


■ 

s 


a 

H 

« 
C 

a 

o 
U 


1 


8 


u 

a 
o 

3 

3 


s 


5 


a 
I 

s 

o 

o 


J 
9 

o 
t-l 


(CONTINUE!)} 
Lai I.H ATM W11UND8 — (OONTINI 

i »i Tongue 




1 

1 

•1 
3 
2 

2 

11 

2 
1 

8 


1 

3 

l 
l 
l 
i 
l 
l 

2 
<i 
2 

1 

8 
4 
4 
1 
11 

25 

y 
1 

10 










1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

8 

l 

2 

n 


2 
4 
2 
1 

3 
4 

2 
1 
T 

2 
















1 
1 






















unlnal w.ill. 








1 
1 








ill' Ann 








































i m Forearm 






















01 ILuul 






















■ 


1 

2 


1 








1 

2 
4 
1 














01 Uj 






















1 


— 


1 


l 












Thigh 








01 Thoracic WaB— . 




















v WOTJNDS, :is F.JInws — 
Dor Bite 


■I 
1 
2 








2 

1 
1 


2 


3 


5 








Human Bite 














Insect llite 




1 


1 


1 


.... 


1 








Rat Bite 








Snake Bite 
Isolated of 
M wniAiiv Gland 

Alw'-v, ni Miimitui \ i '.l.tiul 




1-1 

1 

2 


1 




1 


5 

12 

1 


3 


2 


3 

2 

1 
2 








d Breast 








Hypi ol Mammary Gland 












1 





1 


i 




7 














n 

w 

« 

-1 
"4 

o 

H 

H 

: 

> 

X 



X 



MaslUis, Chronic 

Milk Cyst 

Sl'l.l ! 

Anaemia, Rami's Syndrome 

Splenomcgaly 
Thyroid Glanu 

Goitre; All Operated Cases 
Thyroidism 

fhj rotoxicosis 

Thyroiditis-. . 
Iboutbs Glands, Injuries of — 

Spleen; Rupture of Spleen 
Joints, I nf — 

Ankylosis of: Ankle . _ 

Elbow 

Finger. . 
Hip 

1 1 unit-rii- 
Knee 
Hemnrthrosis; of Knee 
Arthritis; Gonorrhoeal, Acute 
Gonorxhoeal, Chronic 
Rheumatic, Acute 
Rheumatic, Chronic 

Atrophic 

Hypertrophic, Acute 

Hypertrophic, Chronic 
Serous, Acute 
Suppurative, Ann 
Dkkohmitiks (.i joints— 

Hallux Valgus 

Pes Planus . 

i I njuries of — 

eygodynia— .. 

Contusion of Knee foinl 
Derangement of K nee foinl 
Dislocation "f : Ankle 



es of I'oot 



10 



1 1 



21 
12 
25 

H 

Hi 

16 
2 
3 

l 
6 



IS 



1 
I 

'-' 
30 
I.-. 
23 
17 

3 

7 
25 

1 



IS 








E 
2 

1 
1 

10 


1 
II 


7 
2 

1 
1 

24 


1 


1 


5 

i 






















1 










1 




















29 


-1 

1 




1 
1 










1 


1 


1 












1 
















1 


1 


J 










i 


-' 










2 


1 


- 


1 












1 


1 
1 


1 














1 


t 


1 






1 


i 






1 


2 


1 




1 




2 








a 




2 








1 










i 

3 

2 
24 

9 
21 
10 

2 

20 
8 

i 
l 


5 

i 

17 

41 
12 
21 
52 
2 
3 

1 
10 

i 
l 
i 

2 
2 
1 





li 








2 

16 

8 
17 
31 
10 

32 
2 
3 

1 
2 

1 




1 


1 








G 














51 








4 
8 

1 

2 

12 


6 
6 
2 
7 
1 

5 


12 
10 
10 
15 
2 
2 
17 








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i t 










2:i 










7n 








1 


- 


bl 


2 








1 
















1 


■J 


1 
















\:> 








4 


1 


5 








i 














i 




















i 








1 
2 

1 














2 




















2 




















1 




















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o 
o 

» 
a 

X 

o 
o 

K 

k 

w 

o 

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2 



CO 



ORT OF RECORD Room 


SIX 


MONTHS 


, JAN 11 M 




















Totals 


CtlHRD 


iMrii"'. 1 


vRT 


Died 


CXtASUnOATIOM INC I'iaiin- 


u 


a 

s 

3 

o 
U 


i 


| 

B 


a 

UJ 

a 
S 



u 


-J 

< 

s 


t 

i 


a 
S 

S 

o 
O 


i 

I 


■ 




1 
1 


1 


B 

3 


a 
u 

a 
3 



o 


< 


Jotww, injuries ol 


3 

I 


1 
1 

I 
8 

1 
1 

21 

4 
1 
1 


2 
1 
4 

7 

2 
1 

10 

1 

1 
1 

1 

11(1 
10 
II 

9 

11 

1 
11 

« 








1 


"i 
l 


1 
1 

1 


2 

1 




2 

1 

1 

1 
3 

1 








ol Congen, 

knte 




























Lunate Bone 
















ni iliac J.iiiit 

Shoulder 











1 


i 
i 


a 


1 
1 




















Tli ii in t> 














'I'm 


1 
6 

I 

i 

24 

1 

21 

2(1 
in 

11 

1 
(50 








1 
1 

2 


8 


i 
i 

6 


1 








\ I 111 In. 1 














: Ankle 

Foot 








1 


i 
i 


1 
1 




















11. i. 
ECnec 














1 














I 

12 




I 
21 








Saoro Diac foinl 

Wrist 


— 


1 


1 


1 
1 

II 

2 

4 


a 

SI 

8 


2(1 
1 

11 
11 

13 
3 

1 








l.i \i ni a in/ Svsikm, Diseases o{ 
Bubo 


1 

i 


— 


1 

1 


18 

1 

14 
3 
5 


27 

■ 

1 
1 


1 
27 
ii 
i; 
i 
B 








Elephantiasis (Varlou 
Lymphadenitis, Acute 
Lyniphadenitis, Chronic 
Lymphangitis 
Lymphangiecl 
Thrombo-Assitis, Obliten 




















i 


— 






















B 


1 




3 

1 








M I8i 1 

Fitted 
1 Removed - ... 






















11 












= 
5 

2 

-i 

-. 
m 



> 
z 

- 



Infected Stump 
Painful Stump. 

ip 
Cicatricial Contraction ; Finger 

th 
Nos1 
Socket of Bye 

Tut- 

Effect of Electricity; Shock. 
Burns, Ordinary; Arm 
Back 

Body 

Body & K^per lambs 
Body & Extremities 

Buttoci 

Eye. 

Extremities 



Face .v I oper l,iml>s 

Foot. . . 

Forearm ami Hand. 
Ham! alone. 

Leg__ 

Multiple . 

Neck 

Scalp, . 

Shoulder 

Thigh. 
Thoracic Wall 

Powder Burn of Eye 

Powder Burn of Hand 

Friction Burn; ' )f Ann 

Of Face 

01 Ug~ 

Multiple 

Corrosive Burn of Face 

tve Hum of l.i ■ 
Frost Bite 



15 

2 

l 

3 



19 
1 

2 

I 
II) 

2 
1 
I 
S 



11 



2 

7 

is 











6 

:< 

2 
1 
1 


8 

l 
l 

l 
l 


11 
1 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 


9 


3 


12 








1 


































1 




















3 








2 


1 


2 
1 








2 














1 
















1 












1 
1 


1 
1 
1 








1 














t 








1 










2 
2 

1 


3 
2 

s 

1 
1 








3 










2 

i 


iii 


11 








1 


3 

1 




3 

1 


"i 












n 


2 








1 


[ 


1 














1 
1 


i 


:; 








1 


1 
1 
2 
2 

1 

2 

1'. 

ia 

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1 


2 
1 
3 
5 
3 
3 
i 
3 

8 
23 
1 
2 
t 
10 
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1 
1 
1 








1 


1 
















1 








1 

3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1(1 
1 

2 
1 
7 
3 
1 
1 
1 










1 


1 


: 








2 

1 

1 
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1 

1 


1 
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2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 






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— 


i 


1 


t 








2 








7 


1 

3 




1 










Hi 








1 


37 

1 


1 


1 


2 


10 


? 




















1 










l 1 
1 


1 





1 


1 


— 


1 


1 


1 


2 


si 








1 

1 




1 

1 








i 










i 
■> 


1 




1 




i 




1 
1 


1 
1 
1 








i 






















i 








1 














2 












2 


2 








2 








2 I 




2 











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o 
» 
a 

o 

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L 

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a 

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X 



% 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM l OR 


SIX 


MONTHS, JAN.-J1 


1934, 


\l. liivi era 




Totals 


CtJBKD 


lUI'ROVKO 


Station 


AST 


Dun 


SSiriCATIGN AND L>1 AUNOSIS 


g 

3 

> 


s 

Bj 

s 

o 

u 


J 

< 


B 


a 
u 

a 

s 

o 

o 


4 

S 


B 




1 

s 

o 

o 


3 

o 
H 


B 
H 


a 
1 

s 

5 



J 
% 


1 

1 


s 
s 




•a 

s 


\t\« M.l.W 

FoKKKiN' Hrim , .1. J'olluWS 

lii u.u-k (Bull ■ 


l 
t 
:t 

1 

3 


1 

1 
1 

fa 

B 

i 

i 


1 
2 
6 
I 

2 
2 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
44 

2 
2 








i 

i 
I 


1 
1 


i 

i 

5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 














In 1 i| Stiil 1, ' 










1 


1 








1 II I'nol i \ '.ti lous 














lii P Sen a 


i 




1 


i 












1 n 1 [and (Vai lous 


1 








In Leg (Bullet 








hi Nostril (Saiet) Pin 1 








i 


i 




1 








About Shouldet (Knife Blade) 










In T 
























In 'i'Ihh acic Wall i Needle i 


1 

l 
82 
:u 

S 










i 
i 
i 

14 
B 

3 


5 

I 

1 


1 
1 
1 
10 
10 
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Myositis, Chronic 
Torticollis. 
Tbndonb and Sheaths 

Club Foot ; Talipes, Equine 
Teai Finger. 

Teno ol Pool 

Ganglion ol ; Pool 
Hand 

Wrist 

Hammer Toe 

Mi si Las, Injuries — 

Strain ol" Muscle of Neck 

Rupture; Tendon of Big Tot: 

Contraction of Achilles Tendon. . , 
Contraction of Tcmioti; I ; ii]j 
Rupture of Tendon (Achilles 1, Toe 11 
Lacerated Wounds; Tendons of Wrist 

Vmuirs Svsti:m, Discuses of — ■ 

Blt.MS AMI M KM.MiKS 

Abscess of Brain ._ 

Pachymeningitis 

Pekifhkkal Nehveb — 

Neuritis, LocaL 

Neuralgia ; Sciatic 

Trifacial 

Paralysis, [nfantfli 

Paralysis of Polio-myelitis. . 

Paralysis, Paraplegic . 

Ainlium.. 

Nkrvoub System, Injuries of — 

Intracranial Injury (Various I. 

Intraspinal Injury .... 

Hernia, Cerebral 

crated Wound; Brachial Plexi 

Paralysis, Traumatic; Pooi 

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Pleurisy, Suppurative 

Skin, Hair anh Nails — 
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Exfoliativa. - . 

Mt'ilirtinu'iilosa 

Sensitization. . . 

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Empyema of Face 

Erythema, Multiforme. 

Erythema, Nodosum 

Epidermophytosis 

lit oi Skin 

Herpes Simplex 

Ichthyosis 

Impetigo, Contagiosa " '.'.III'.'. 

Keratosis 

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Leukoderma 

Lupus Erythenatosus .... 

Mycosis Pungoides , 

Pigmentation of Hand 

Pompholyx _ 

PARASITK8 — 

Animal; Scabies 

Vegetable; Blastomycosis.! __ 11 "" " 
Trichophytosis Barbae. . . . 
Trichophytosis Corporis 
Trichophytosis Cruri 

Trichophytosis Finger 

Trichophytosis of Hand. 

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Pemphigus. 
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Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Station-art 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


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PAHABITBS -ll -llXTIM KIH 

I'voilrrinia 


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Nails, Diseases of — 

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1 


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Thoracic Wall 

Adamantinoma of Jaw. . 
Angioma of; Ann 

Axilla 

Back 

Brain . 

Ear.. 

Eyelid 

Pace 

I'inger. . . 

Hand 

Up 

Mtilltll 

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Thigh 

Thyro-glossal . 

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Chondroma of Pace 

Chondroma of Knei 
Condyloma ; Ann 

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Bye (Inner Canthti 

Epiglottis 

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Jaw (Low 

Knee 

Neck . 

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Sub. Mental 

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SIX 


MONTHS, JAN.-JUNE, 


1934 


, SURGICAL DIVISION 


!".|l 




Totals 


CURBD 


IMPROVED 


Stationary 


DjEU 


CLASSIFICATION AND DIAGNOSIS 


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2 
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1 
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of Back 

Of Elbow„- 

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Of Mammary Gland _. .. 

Multiple 

Of Neck 

Of Popliteal Space.. 

Of Scalp 

Of Shoulder 

Of Thigh 

(if Thoracic Wall 

Melanoma; Scalp __ 

Myxoma of: Larynx 

Nasal Cavity (Polypus). 

Rectum (Polypus). 

Mixed Tumor of Coccyx 

Mixed Tumor of Parotid Gland 

Neuro-Fibroma; Multiple 

Neuroma of: Arm... 

Leg 

llna_ __ 

Osteoma of : Jaw f Lower) __ 

Mammary Gland 

Pharynx .. . , 

Osteo-Chondroma (Pernor 1, Stern. I 

Papilloma of : Bladder. 

Back... 

Mammary Gland 

Neck 

Nose 

Scalp . . 
Vocal Cord. 
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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOH 


sl\ 


MONTHS. JAN I' 


1934, 


SURGICAL DIVISION 






Totals 


Cubed 


IMPROVED 


Stationary 


DlBD 


CLASSli II VII.'V AMi PlMiNOSIS 


■ 
F 

B 



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3 

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1 

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1 

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27 
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1 
2 

12 
4 
1 

11 

11 


8 

1 

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1 

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Tl Units, M \i.n;\ \\T — 

Carcinoma of Abdominal Wall. 


1 


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Kidney 

Larynx.., . . 

Leg 

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Liver . 

Umg 

Miimmary Gland 

Mouth 

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Carcinoma of: Keck 

Nose . 

Oesophagus.. 

I'alute (Hard 4, Soft 3) 

Pancreas. _ .... 

Parotid Gland 

Penis .. 

Pharynx 

(Hand 

Rectum 

Spine 

Stomach 

Testicle . . 

Tongue .. 

Tonsil 

ubilieus 

Endothelioma; i>( pace 

K(i ttu'lioma of< \ini 

.... 

lid 

Face 

Finger .. _ 

Hand 

Jaw 

tip.. 

Mouth 

Neck__ 

Nose 



1 

I 

I 
13 

I 

2 

22 

7 



6 

•1 

1 
3 

1 

7 

II 



1 

i 

10 

11 

118 

2 

7 

3 

47 

2 

10 

0! 



in 



20 
2 
1 

13 

5 

I 



11 








\ 

1 
1 

i 

1 

H 

1 


1 

1 
18 


B 

a 

i 
i 

i; 
i 
i 

32 
1 






"2 


5 


1 

1 




'1 








1 


■J 








.: 








1 




1 


1 




1 


1 








I 1 








7 




7 


1 
1 

:i 
1 


1 
1 

4 

" i 


i 


3 


- - 





-- 


2 


3 








2 


Bfl 


S 
5 


is 


28 
5 


7 
1 
1 


7 








1 








1 








1 





1 


1 
1 


" i 
l 

i 


1 
1 

5 
3 






2 














3 








"i 


2 

i 


2 


7 








1 

2 
1 

2 
1 

3 
6 


8 

I 
1 


1 
2 
1 

7 
1 

■1 
7 


t 
2 


1 


(i 








1 










9 








1 


i 


2 








1 














■'7 








2 

2 


16 

1 
1 


is 
3 
1 


2 
3 




■i 


13 








1 








:>:> 








3 

I 
3 


S 

1 
l 
1 


13 
1 

7 
1 
1 




1 


5 




1 
















9 














1 


1 


2 


4 








3 




3 




1 












1 
















1 





1 


1 














1 

i; 
8 

71 
1 
5 
1 

33 
1 
8 

3a 


"I 

:::: 


6 

8 
75 

1 

6 

1 
33 

1 

8 
39 1 




10 








4 

6 

-12 





1 

fi 
42 




14 














11& 
2 


1 

1 





1 
1 


1 





1 


8 


2 
2 

14 
1 
2 

28 





a 

2 

14 
1 
2 

28 








3 














■17 














2 














10 














64l 


1 













JC 

w 

b 

JO 

O 
jo 

o 
o 
S 

a 


— < 

n 

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r 

a 



o 



KKl'ORT OF RECI »RD ROOM FOB 


SIX 


MONTHS, JAN. -JUNE 


, 1034 


M. I>l VISION- 






Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Statiqsart 


Died 


Cl ISSIKICATION AND DIAGNOSIS 


| 

H 
P5 


ft 

a 

3 
u 


H 
O 
H 


S 


n 

1 

s 

o 


3 




■ 
3 


a 

a 

s 

8 


< 

O 


s 


a 

3 
S 

o 

u 


•a 


B 

B 

is 


a 

H 

i- 
o 

o 

o 


-J 

< 

N 

O 

H 


1 i MOBS, \1 U.JONAVT — (ruSiiM I 

Carcinoma "f: I'kura 


3 

1 
1 
2 


1 
■■i 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

I 

2 
2 


J 

a 

i 
i 

2 
2 
1 
3 

5 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
I 

2 












2 


1 
1 
1 




1 

1 

1 








Scalp. 








Skin 




























1 




1 


Axilla (I,vni]ilni 1 1 










j 


2 








Hack 




















Bladder 


1 

2 
2 

1 




















1 


kino 1) 








i 
l 


i 

2 
1 


2 
3 
1 


1 
1 


I 
I 


1 

2 
1 


Femur.. 














< If Oroin i dympho 1) 














Hand 










1 




















1 




1 














1 
1 


I 
1 
1 












































































1 
1 


[ 


























1 


Leg - - 












1 
1 


1 
1 












[and 
























Met ■ it lano) 


1 

1 
1 
1 










1 

2 


1 


I 
3 








Sarcoma of; Neck (Lvmpho 2) 








l 

! 

1 




1 
1 
I 








Riba 








Shouldej 




















Spine 




































1 


I 




I 








1 


2 
2 


2 












Xanthoma of Foot 






















o 

a 

> 

X 

l-i 

< 
m 

7 

a 

H-l 
> 

I 
X 

X 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FOR SIX MONTHS, JaN.-JTJNE, 19M, RYN ECOLOGICAL DIVISION 






TOT *i.s 


Li ltl.li 


[mfhovkd 


Station 


A IIY 


1 Mkli 


Classification ami DIAGNOSIS 


B 

5 


a 

a 
q 



u 


O 


H 

s 

1* 


Q 
H 

3 

s 

o 

u 


< 
J- 
o 


a 


a 

N 

as 
q 

o 
U 




a 

a 


B 
H 
PS 

o 



u 


H 
O 

H 


u 

a 


• a 

id 
£ 
O 

2 



O 


-: 
< 
H 
O 


1< LAUDED- — 

Calculus of Bladdei 


1 
62 

:>:; 

1 

6 
9 
1 
2 

6 

122 

13 

2 

72 

1 22 

4 

I 

72 
41 

3 

15 

:■:: 
8 


6 

17 

2 
4 

e 

107 
6 

138 

7 

20 

7 

1 
2 
2 
1 


1 

77 
39 

1 

22 

3 

li 
12 

289 

IS 

2 

210 

11 

1 

92 
48 

4 
17 
3fi 








1 
42 
30 


5 


1 
1)5 
35 














:itis, Acute 








in 

1 

1 
:i 

l 

61 
5 

37 

n 
1 

1 

23 
14 

1 
9 
3 
3 


2 

:i 

17 
1 
1 
1 
110 
2 

96 

L28 

I 

7 
3 

1 
1 
1 


12 

3 

1 

•1 
20 

1 

2 

1 

171 

7 

133 

172 
2 
1 

30 

17 

2 

10 

4 

3 








ntis. Chronic . 





1 


i 








N kudoses — 

Incontinence of Urine 








I.IOAMKVrs, TtTBHa AND Ol iBIl 

Abscess, Pelvic 




E 
2 


5 
2 


6 

1 

ii 
:,n 

6 

2 

34 

75 
:i 

49 
26 

2 
8 

20 
5 


s 

19 

I 

i 
53 

39 

108 

4 

12 
3 

"i 

1 


12 

25 
2 
3 

10 

111 

9 

2 

73 

1S1 

7 

81 

2'." 

2 

7 

21 

6 


-- 


1 


1 


Abscess, Tubo- Ovarian 


Cellulitis, Pelvic 








i ivaritis, Acute 


1 
"z 

2 


"I 

4 


1 
1 
7 
2 








Ovaritis, Chronic 








IVlvic Inflammiiturv l>is L ;, ■■■ 








Post-operative Adhesions 








Post-operative Hemorrhi 


1 
1 






Salpingitis, Acute 

ilpingitis, Chronic 
Hydro Salpinx 


2 

i 


1 

:i2 
2 

1 
1 


1 
34 

2 

1 
2 


2 


pl 


rlBtj 








I'lMlll I'l.llllH 

Laceration of Pelvic Plooi ; > >\,i 








Relaxation of Pelvic Floor. 





■• 




DISORDERS OK Menstkttation — 
Amcnorrhoca 




Dysmenorrhoiii 














Menorrhagia . . 








Metrorrhagia 


U 1 











M 

W 

o 

o 

50 

50 
O 
O 

I 

v 
w 
o 
o 

o 

o 

> 
r 
a 



o 
a: 



Li 



RECORD ROOM JAN 


J1 M 












Tl.TALB 


Cured 


I Ml' ROVED 


Station-ab.t 


DlBD 


■ sairtCATION ANI> l>M<i NOBIS 


B 

9 

is 


a 
I 

I 

o 
O 


j 

s 


E 
i 


a 

2 

o 

O 




= 


Q 
H 

« 

2 
s 





■ 


2 

o 


< 


B 

1 


M 

m 

2 

© 




DlBOJU 

Menopause 


in 

i 


B 

1 

2 

1 

6 

7 
li. 

8 
IS 
23 

fl 

1 

56 

6 

2 
1 

l 


IS 
1 

1 
4 
1 

6 

102 

I 

21 

2 

132 
12 

1 
11 

27 
1 

5 








1(1 






i 




1 


1 




i»i 


>im 'ihiiiIk a 








icture of Urethra 










1 
1 

1 

6 

i 
13 

ia 

12 

1 


1 

2 
1 

il 

I'.i'.i 

IS 



17 

.'1 

1 
12 








1 r. tin it : 1 nd l '■"11. > i In - 


a 

i 

6 

2211 

16 

8 

68 

■ii> 
i. 

Ml 
1 

!.-. 

1 

76 

7 

23 

1 
2 








1 
1 

104 

a 

30 
12 

I.I 

1 
a 


i 


1 










i i. thiitfo, CLi oil 








18 — 

Ci'i i leal Steuoaii 


a 

i 

t 




[i 
I 














Endi 


i 

i 
i 

17 


6 

8 


Ml 



2ft 








Dltplai ran in Val 


1 
1 


i 




Pott erioi 
apse, Comi 
Bndomel > Itii 


I 
1 

•-' 
2 


1 

5 
2 
4 


i 


!■. ndomt Iritis, Chi onic 

I-' ml. unit i iosls 








Fibrosia of i term 
Hypertrophj 


i 




1 


t 
27 

1 


2 

1 

26 

i 


2 
S3 


1 






rix; Old 


i 


3 




Is 
S 
2 

1 

11 
1 
1 


1 

3 
2 

i 

I 


76 
» 

I 
3 

12 
1 

'J 


■ il 


(sitia, Chronic 




Subinvolution ol i Fterus 

Ah' Bartholin) 
Atresia ol \ agina 




1 


1 


1 
12 


2 
2 












I 




! 












= 

** 
> 

> 

as 



z 



J 

Si I i< I ill i oi \ ili; ill l 

Vagina .... 

Vaginiti hid Gonorxhoi 

\ aginltis, Chronli 
Fibrosis itf Hymen 

Vl I.VA — • 

cess of Vulva 

ill 
Bartholinitis 
Hypertrophy of Vulv a 

is Vulva 

Pruritis Vulva. . 
1 leer "I \ nil -i 

i\.n aixa op i'i ■ tTAJ 

Hematnina of Pelvic 
Contusion of Vagina 
Hematoma of Vulva 

Laceration of Vulva 
TUKO QN — 

Adenoma of Ovary 

indylomata of Genii 
Cystoma -if Bartholin Gland 

', tntra-Ligamentary... 

. 1 1 V 

stoma of \ 
ima of \ ul\ a 
Granuloma ol 

Granuloma oi Cervix I'turi .. 

Fibro-Myxoma of Uteru 

l-'i! noma <>i < >vary 

Fibroma of I Fterus - 

Fibroma of Vagina 

Luteoma of ( (vaj y 

Myoma of 1 terus (Incl. Leiomyoma) 

I'liliilloma of Female Genitals." 



5 

II 
2 
1 

II 

2 

1 



i i 
U 



I 

Mi 

I 
1 



! 



7 
I 



to 

I 

'211 

I 
I 

IB 

2 

s 

I 
I 

I 
i; 



ft 








2 

I'M 

7 
1 


1 

1 
1 
1 


;r.i 
ii 

2 


3 
19 

1 


7 
2 


a 








60 


1 




1 








17 








3 


1 




1 








2 


I 
3 

1 


1 


2 
a 

1 








1" 








1 
1 


1 
1 

1 


12 
2 

1 




1 


l>] 


:t 








1 














2 





1 
1 
1 
2 


1 
1 
1 
7 








1 
















7 








2 

B 


1 
2 


6 

tt 
2 


"'5 








11 


1 




1 








2 








1 










I 





1 








1 








1 


I 


1 
1 








?, 














1 




1 


J 





1 


1 










1 










1 


] 








2 








2 
1 

6 

1 


5 
(1 


2 
1 

It 
10 










2 








2 

1 


1 

1 

1 


1 

1 

i 








17 

It 


1 





1 


1 


I 


d2 


1 














1 










1 

ii 
1 


I 
3 








55 
tt 


! 


1 


(I 


24 
2 


7 
2 


7 

1 
8 


•> 
I 
S 


2 




2 


1 














in 










11 
2 
5 

"m 

i 
i 
i 


11 
2 
10 
1 
223 
1 
1 
3 
S 










?, 
















15 








5 

1 

31 




3 










1 














424 
1 


3 


74 


77 


20 


92 


112 


1 


1 1 


1*2 


i 
























1 




I 


2 
3 


1 
1 





1 

1 








in 









M 
H 

n 
o 

W 

o 

o 
o 

K 

h 



« 
n 
o 
t* 

o 
o 

M 

n 
> 

c 

S 

H-l 

o 



y 



KKF'ort or UKi-nKIi R SIX M IAN.-JUN km. luvi:-: 



■ 


I'm 


Cl 11K.I1 


Ihtsoi an 


VRT 


Du 


Classification and Iiiaunosis 


M 

s 


a 
B 

a 

3 



u 


< 




E 

a 

at 


a 

IB 

3 

Q 

•A 

a 
U 


g 


3 


a 

M 

s 

5 


< 


ft 

S 


a 

U 



3 

o 

u 


h 


1 


a 
■ 

s 

o 

O 


< 



Tl IllJIiS, Jtl-.M i tM'KD) 

Retention Cyst <>f Ovary 


"I 

134 

1 

l 


105 

1 

5 

a 


:i 

4 
2 
5 
2 
2 
2 


.... 


1 


1 


i 

u 

I 


i' 
2 

50 

1 


2 

3 

3 














1 i- i.i h una uf (K'ui ■ 














r 
Carcinoma ot: Uterus (AH) 


1 


1 


2 


(11 


51 
1 


118 
1 


a 

i 


3 

1 
1 
1 


« 

I 

a 

L 




Vagina 








Vulva 
















1 


4 

1 


Chorio-Bpithelioma.. 


•2 
2 








I 
I 





I 
1 


1 


Sarcoma of ( >vary 








i 




1 
1 


Sarcoma of Uterus 










1 


1 






n 

x 



H 

a 
o 

— 

I 

> 



d 
M 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM months. 


ETRICAL 


DI\ 


ISIO 


M 






Totals 


Cured 


1 MI'ltOVED 


Stationary 


Died 


Classification and Diagnosis 


M 

3 

J5 


c 
u 
a 



j 
o 
u 


< 


m 
g 

H 
H 


Q 
H 
H 
O 

J 
O 

u 


IS 
© 


E! 
M 


a 

M 
| 

s 

O 

■J 


< 



h 

B 

9 


a 
u 

M 

o 
o 

u 


s 


I 


a 
u 

M 

o 

A 

a 
O 


hi 
< 

o 
H 


Al mi linn, Induced. . 


1 

210 

21 

15 

11 


1 

127 
24 
IS 
11 
1 
23 

293 

"~2 

16 
1 


2 
337 

30 

22 
1 

33 

552 

2 

2 

4 

31 
2 

48 








1 

181 

17 
1 

10 


80 
Hi 

7 
10 


1 
261 

10 
20 


21 
4 

4 

1 


1 

15 

7 

1 


1 

30 

11 

4 

2 








Abortion, Spontaneous 


4 
2 

to 


1 
g 

1 

19 


I 

10 

1 
29 


1 


1 




Abortion, Threatened. 


Miscarriage, Spontaneous 








Miscarriage, Threatened- . - 








Premature Labor, Induced- 








Premature Labor, Spontaneous 


10 

25! 1 
2 
2 
2 
15 
1 


















1 


nancy; Normal (Not Delivered) 








269 




552 












■2 




2 








Eclampsia 


















2 


Eclampsia, Threatened* . 




















Extra-Uterine 


1 
1 

1 

78 

47 

18 

9 

21 

I 1 
5 
8 
1 
2 
1 


3 

1 

1 

643 

260 

43 

21 

19 

31 

n; 

7 

13 

" "i 
.... 


4 

2 

2 

!)2ii 

338 

90 

39 

28 

52 

30 

12 

21 

1 

3 

1 

1 


13 


8 


19 




6 


6 


1 


1 


2 


Premature Separa. of Placenta 


Vomiting of Pregnancy... 


20 28 




21 


42 


1 


2 


3 


.... 


1 
5 


1 

s 


Parturition, Normal; O. L. A 


283 648 931 


0. D. A i| 7!i[ 260 339 














1 


1 


0. D. P | 47 


43 

21 
20 
32 
17 
8 
13 

~2 


39 
29 

53, 
31 
13 
21 

1 

4 

1 
1 
















0. L. P 


IS 

9 

21 
14 
5 
S 
1 
2 
1 




















O. D. T... 
















1 
1 
1 
1 


1 


0. I,. T._ 
















1 


S. L. A .... 
















1 


S. D. A..... 
















l 


Parturition, Multiple: Twins 


















Triplets 




















Parturition, Abnormal; M. L. A, 
















I 


1 


I- B. P 


















Sc. D. A 


...J 1 






1 













•Prevented by prompt treatment. (Counted elsewhere.) 



W 
o 

% 

o 
o 
K 

i 
H 

w 



O 
< 

i-i 
O 



k'I OP RECORD ROOM FOR SIX MONTHS, JAN M \ : RICAX 


DIVISION Conci 




Totals 


Cured 


Improved 


Stationary 


DlKD 


Classification and Diagnosis 


a 

9 
is 


a 

1 

s 

o 

u 


•< 

s 


g 
n 
> 


a 

s 

o 



1 


I 

a 


a 

M 

O 
O 


o 

.- 


1 

is 


a 

1 

s 

o 

o 


i 


r 

a 


a 

H 

a. 
o 

S 

3 


< 




7 

1 

Hi 
1 
i 

1 

-' 

:i 

12 

20 

240 

250 

a 

HI 

ii 
t 

6 

2 


n 

i 
a 

i 
■j 

i 

5 

I 
7 


6 
1 

15 
6 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

17 

771 

l.-, 
Ill 

a? 

B 
28 

7 

s 


7 
1 

8 

1 
i 
1 


i 
i 


18 
5 

13 

l 
1 

i 




































i 


I 






































■J 


EJclamp la 
















Retained Placi nta 




















Placenta Previa 














! 






Rupture of Utei ut 














1 


Puerperlum Normal. - 




■2 














i 


1 
I 

1 
240 

250 


2 

3 
480 


1 

i 

2 
1 

771 










1 




1 


I'ii-i r.M turn Hemoi rha . 


■j 



22 


I 

2 
17 


11 

39 










lined Placenta 
Septii ai mia .ill from outside) 

Niu Boi 




1 
1 


■i 

4 




4 


7 


Pemalcs 




















Stu.I. Iiiil!\ M ,rli-. 










38 


18 

U', 








Females 




















Prematurity: Males born in Hospital 










3 

2 
2 


:i 
1 
:i 
2 


11 

3 
5 


1 
6 




de 








1 

I 








7 


Females born in Hospital 










I 


l 


2 1 


a Outside 








5 


Born in Hospital 
Children detained with Mothers 










2 


3 


5 






























Bd 

— 






X 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 279 

REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 
Summary of Obstetrical Cases 

AS PER HISTORIES FILED IX RECORD ROOM 

There were 1640 Histories of Maternity Cases filed from Jan. 1st to July 1st, 1934 

White.. 535 Primiparae 507 

■red _ 1.131 Multiparas 1,133 

Presentation* Positions 

Left Occipitoanterior *i:f! 

Right Occipito-Antcrior _ _ 339 

Vertex Right Occipito-Posterior SO 

Left Occipito-Posterior .„ 39 

Right Occipito- Transverse 29 

Left Occipito-Transvcrse 53 

Breech 44 

Transversa ] 

Face ___ l-"ll"l\\ 5 

Foot... g 

Shoulder... , \ 

Not Recorded 1 Sundry Irregular Cases) . II"".III"I 102 



1.640 
Manner of Delivery 

Naturally _ l p 3i7 

By Forceps 1, Some in connection with Podalic Version). __ I '_ 253 

By Podaiic Version (Some with the aid of Forceps) __" 86 

By Caesarian Suction (1 Death among Moth- fants Living)"! 35 

There were 21 Cases of Twin Parturition, 
There was 1 Case of Tripli- Parturition. 

Mortality among Mothers 

There were 20 Deaths among Mothers, or only 1.21 per cent. 
Causes of Death noted as follows: 

From Anaemia 1 

Fiom Nephritis ,~ \ 

From Organic Heart Disease 3 

From Peritonitis 2 

From Placenta Previa 1 

Prom Premature Labor. 4 

From Ruptured 1 "terns I 

From Septicaemia 5 

From Toxaemia 2 

The Number of Children Born was 1,666. 

Males__ 853 Delivered Living 1,575 

:les 813 Still Born 91 

1,666 1,660 



Oiteai* ran* 



REPORT OF RECORD ROOM 

TABLE SHOWING PERCEN1 DEATHS FROM CI . Al.l.Y INCURABLE 

AM' CONDITIONS l>i RING THE MONTHS JANUARY TO Jl UY, 1 







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117 


105 


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24 


42 


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49 


125 


497 


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Apparent Gross MortaUt 28 Deaths amoi percent 

Net Mortalitj :i - l'iu 3.6 per cent. 

Six patients died on the operating table, as folio 

loied, Two Adult M I i Adult I iild. 



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REPORT OF RECORD ROOM FROM JANUARY TO JULY, 1934 
DENSED REPORT OP RECORD ROOM PROM JANUARY To JULY, 1034 
BNERAL RECAPITULATION 



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Heal Historii - Piled . 

Surgical Histories Piled . 

Gynecological Histories I 

a! Histories Field... 



8 . 802 

13 069 

3, I ".7 

4,476 



2i',7 

53 I 

184 

3,190 



1,350 

1 , 72S 



3,226 
2,487 
1,208 

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7,644 



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Infants Detained with Mothers. .. 5 



Still Born . ._. 01 



Histories allowed t<> hi removed for teaching ami other legitimate purposes 13,622 

Besides which, hundreds of Histories were examined and copied in the Record Room. 

To Dr. Arthur Vidriue, 

Superintendent, Charity Hospital. 
New Orleans, I„a. 

Hear Doctor Vidrine: 

All the foregoing Tabulation and accompanying stall -merits are herewith respectfully submitted, together 
with assurance of sincere appreciation for your unfailing courtesy and consideration on behalf of myself, and the 
working force of the Record Room. 

Yours very truly, 

Rutb L. Patton, 

Deputy Registrar. 



g 



I give (or bequeath) to the CMARtTY Hospital, New 
Orleans, an institution established under the laws of the 
State of Louisiana, the sum of 



to establish an "ENDOWMENT FUND". 



Dollars, 



It is agreed that this fund is to be judiciously invested 
and the revenue therefrom applied solely to charitable work 
in said institution. 



Adopted July 19th, 1926. 

The Board of Administrators of the Charity Hospital 
of Louisiana, New Orleans, does hereby agree and bind it- 
self and its successors in office as a condition precedent 
to the receipt of donations or bequests to the "Endowment 
Fund", to put aside unimpaired in perpetuity and invest 
said funds, and keep same perpetually invested in high grade 
bonds or other interest bearing securities, and the interest 
earned thereon to be dedicated and used exclusively for 
the furtherance of its charitable work. 

Furthermore, that any donation or bequest of Five 
Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or more, the donor's name be 
inscribed upon the tablet in the Main Building and a plate 
bearing the Donor's name be placed on a bed in a desianated 
ward. 



INDEX 






Marble Tablet _ j 

Board of Administrators ._ „ _ ijj 

Committees from Board jjj 

Hospital Staff 1933 """ j v 

Hospital Staff, January through June, 1934 xi-c 

Interne Staff t933 ~_~~_ x 

Interne Staff, January through June, 1934 x-^iv 

Visiting Staff 1933 _ I'llll xii 

Visiting Staff, January through June. 1934 _ X \v 

Annual Report of the Vice-President , . 3fl 

Superintendent's Report 41 

Report of the Treasurer 40 

Cost per Patient per Day J gg 

New Equipment 70 

Donations — Money and Otherwise.. 73 

Report of the Pathological Department „ 

Report of X-Ray Department 

Electrocardiographic Department 91 

Report of Physical Therapy Department. .__ _ 97 

Report of Charity Hospital Needlework Guild . 100 

Report of Superintendent of Clinics 102 

Report of Dental Clinic _ hq 

Report of the Hay Fever and Asthma Clinic _ 112 

Admissions _ m ]._>] 

Nativity of Patients. ..115. 122 

Occupation of Patients jKS u;j 

Daily Average of Patients..: 117,121 

Deaths . _._ 118.126 

Ages of Patients Deceased _ lig 

Admissions, Discharges and Deaths 127 

Admission by Parishes _ 1211 128 

Operating Room Reports j2Q 

Report of the Social Service Department. ._ 138 

Report of Dietary Department ].l;j 

Report of the Directress of Nurses i;S 

Report of the School of Nursing 151 

Drug Department _ ._._ 1 52 

Report of Record Room— Medical 154,22 I 

Report of Record Room — Surgical 1,,- 

Report of Record Room—Gynecological 214273 

Report of Record Room— Obstetrical 218,277 

Summary of Obstetrical Cases _ 220 279 

Percentage of Deaths from Practically Incurable Causes .221,280 

Recapitulation of Record Room 222 281 

Form of Gift or Bequest to Endowment Fund _ 283